I realize that blogging has been pretty slow here lately. But, I have good reasons, I promise! I spent most of the month of May back in the US for my girlfriend’s graduation and then for a cross-country move/Great American Road Trip. Meredith graduated from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences on the 14th. Then, after the ensuing festivities, we packed up her truck and headed west to LA, where she’s going to be working for the next year as a veterinary intern.
Now that I’m back in Oxford, though, I’m basically in 100% thesis completion mode. The fact that I may have possibly once upon a time told Meredith that I would definitely finish my degree before she finished hers might now be serving as additional motivation. Maybe. Regardless, between my thesis and the various papers I’m working on right now, the blogging will probably continue to be slow for a bit.
But, in the meantime, I have pictures!
Firstly, here I am with the newly-minted Dr. Meredith M. Clancy, DVM (I’m so proud!):
Here we are at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon:
Here is Meredith’s truck, at the Hoover Dam, packed to the brim with all of her worldly belongings, which amazingly made it to California in one piece:
And, finally, here is Meredith on her brand-new scooter, which she bought to expedite her commute to and from work in LA traffic (and if you’re in the LA area and looking to buy a scooter, I’d encourage you to check out NoHo Scooters, where we had a pretty positive experience when she purchased hers):