But more important still, I am now a college graduate.
And yet more important than that, I have a job. Yes, a real 9-5 job down in San Antonio! Super excited. Because it means food, shelter, and better furniture!
But really, Stepheni and I are so grateful for the opportunity for work, especially in these economic times (cliche but true), and at such a wonderful company as USAA. We will have the means to invite baby Etienne into our family with food, shelter and insurance!
Graduation was a little late in coming, but I am glad that I took the path that I did. I managed to get a bunch of other random credits and fill out my education nicely. Could I go back, I would take more computer science classes and less entry-level science classes. But, as it is I am rather happy with my degree and the embellishments I accrued along the way.
I encourage everyone to get an education.
|The parents and I in the gorgeous BYU-I Center!|
|There is my little head!|
|Bumping elbows with the big guy (recent kidney transplant)|
and Elder Ballard behind us.
|Woot! Mom in the background!|
|I put this up because Jolene and Mom were in this one.|
|And we got Julie out from behind the camera for this one ;-)|