Sunday, May 16, 2010

Mr. Bee Esquire and Phi Teas

See this dapper guy in the fancy robe? Well, he passed the bar exam on his first try!! So proud of Mr. Bee and all of his hard work. Can't wait till his swearing-in ceremony where he'll officially become a lawyer, and not just law student or bar-passer. Love this guy!


In between the stress of waiting for his bar results, we spent last weekend up at my uncle's house for my little cousin's birthday. We had a great time watching the kids in the bounce house, beating on pinatas, and watching them play "drive the Gator off a cliff" in their motor tractor.

It later turned into more of a dog party, as they have about 6 dogs, we brought Eleanor, and my other uncle brought his dog Theodore. Here I am with Larry, the cutest, most awkward looking dog in the world.

And Eleanor having a blast running around acres of land.


This weekend I was so happy to see my dear friend and freshman roommate Sarah down here. I was lucky enough to be roomed with her in the dorms and we've been close friends ever since. She and her boyfriend were staying at an amazing house on the beach, and we spent the afternoon watching everyone play beach volleyball. I totally fell asleep for the rest of the day afterwards, but luckily I'll get to run into her next weekend in San Francisco, where I'll be for my sister's college graduation. 
Us freshman year of college, going through a Mexican drive thru. Not much has changed!

Today was my alumnae Phi Tea. I love any opportunity to wear a big hat and drink out of teacups. My alumnae chapter is amazing, and it was so great to be back in contact with everyone.

They were so accommodating with the whole "no wheat" thing, and their teas were delicious. I actually ending up buying a teapot necklace. As my friend Marisa said today, I'm literally the only person who would be buy jewelry in a tea room. I'll take that as a compliment! 








2 comments:

  1. Congrats on Mr. Bee passing the bar! I can't even imagine how stressful that will be for us in a few years, but it's good to know that people DO survive it! :)

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  2. Love the tea pictures! I want to go have afternoon tea now!!

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