The position of the price tag on this bag of Chex mix suggests the ultimate results of consumption.
I pretty much forgot about the camera for most of the rest of the trip. Tom did get some excellent photos of a few projects I finished though, so I'll post those in the next few days.
Tom successfully defended. Yay! He just has to do some final edits and formatting and that good stuff. So, now we're even on the graduate degree front.
Oreo is still recovering from the trip - I think he was terrified we were going to leave him with my in-laws because that's where he stayed the last time we were in Sudan for 2 months. He was definitely freaking out when we starting packing up to come home all the way up the point we actually put him in the car. Poor little dude. He's an excellent little traveler, though. And I like having a warm snuggly on my lap for the trip, at least until he squirms too much and steps on my internal organs.
Oh, and Tom briefly transformed into a douchebag while we were in Mississippi.
I deeply and sincerely hope to never, ever again see my husband with
- A popped collar
- Any item of Ole Miss memorabilia
- This facial expression