Exam week looked something like this:
Surprisingly, the year yielded no fodder for the funny folder.
Oh well, there’s always next year.
After grading a seemingly endless pile of papers, I needed a break.
I braved the unseasonable heat and took a few pictures at my in-laws’ house:
I also worked on my flame technique by lighting matches in the bathroom:
I took pictures of the school “mascot” sculpture and the last pot of coffee
Coincidentally, it was the last of the office coffee, too.
I enjoyed coffee and donuts:
It was also a day for several student gifts, like this gift card to Staples, with which I purchased a pencil sharpener for my black pencils – the ones with which I’m writing The Book. I also received a $15 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card, but I neglected to take a picture before writing this post.
Then, it was time for Graduation:
The weekend began a month-long line of graduation parties.
In the South, that means barbecue and cheerwine.
It also meant I didn’t have to wear dress slacks and shirts.
Hello summertime tees!