Sunday, May 30, 2010

Graduate Number 3

Bagpipes were a nice touch.

Waiting to march in.

Marching in photo op. Our graduate is not in this picture.
Senator Charles "Chuck" Schumer delivers a pep talk. Dr. Leon Lederman sits to his left.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Mazal Tov Lumpy!

James J Slade Scholar. Cum Laude.

View of the RAC and Rutgers Glee Club

Will All Mechanical and Aerospace Engineers Please Stand

Called to the Podium

Moving the Tassel

Sunday, May 16, 2010

More From Atlantic CIty

View from our hotel room in Atlantic City
Where the company ate dinner and I got to repeat many times, "No, I cannot eat that either."
Atlantic City looks better at night.

Friday morning walk on Boardwalk.

We check in at Brigantine
Traditional erev shabbos vacation photo

Marine Mammal Stranding Center

Brigantine Historical Museum

Dinner in Ventnor
What I ordered

The "Resort"

Monday morning.

Have the rooms been updated since then?

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

More Birthday Cake and Self Portraits From Atlantic City

My foot next to the cables I taped down
On the Boardwalk, AC
Marine Mammal Stranding Center
Brigantine. It's not easy to get the branches in your hair just right.

We are all sick and tired of celebrating my Pi's birthday at this point, and are now celebrating mine. There was a an overlap in AC, although only my Pi got birthday cake.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Spring Bloom at Home and At Work

I am still sorting out my spring California Wildflowers.

Meanwhile, I figured I might as well show photos of the spring bloom at home and at work.

At home, currently at peak, are the amaryllis, a clivia, and an orchid.

At work, the energizer kalanchoe continues to bloom (continuous bloom since January!) and the bromeliad vriesea is coming along nicely.

Outside at home, the lilies are blooming,

the lilac and azaleas are over,

and it looks promising for the irises and peony.