Wednesday, June 18, 2014

jackson snapshot: baccalaureate.

Last Wednesday, I offered you a little peek into a Friday that Justin & I spent in Jackson with Kara. Why were we in Jackson, you ask? Well, it was Kara's graduation weekend, of course! If you'd like to be caught up to speed on the events of Friday day time, which of course included scary panda cupcakes & traipsing through a monsoon, then by all means, see its corresponding post. Because now, we're soldiering on to one of the weekend's main events: Baccalaureate.



mom & i sat next to each other - we misbehaved, as usual.
doesn't justin's bag match his outfit perfectly?
me with my parents.



us with the graduate.
i really, really love this photo of us.
dinner at babalu - one of my favorites in jackson.



candids at the dinner table.
kara's celebration with cake in the lobby of the cabot.
looking at this cake is making my mouth water - it was beyond delicious.



after our little party in the hotel lobby, 
everyone else went to bed while i traipsed 
out to fenian's with kara, for a night of dancing & live music.

Want to see more from Graduation Weekend?

Next week will feature the big kahuna event of the weekend: GRADUATION!

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4 comments:

siddathornton said...

Looks like you guys had a terrific time - and a night of dancing and live music at an Irish pub can only be awesome!

siddathornton said...

Looks like you all had a great time!

siddathornton said...

We did! I miss this weekend so much, & I wish I could go back & do it again. I'm so thankful for such great memories of my sister's college graduation.

siddathornton said...

You're right - & it was! :)