Saturday, 13 September 2008

The headless Chicken

What should be a long exciting post is getting turned into a quick blurb. I am so tired from the last couple days and things are going to get more exhausting as we leave Oxford tomorrow! We'll be staying near the airport Sunday night and then flying home Monday morning. We both have had a crazy week as Brady had his capstone and I have been getting ready for a move by myself, but I wanted to get in a quick post before we hit the states.
Monday was Brady's birthday and his SCP group surprised him with an Oxford coffee table book and an awe inspiring Hulk Holgen novel for the flight home. His Merton buddies got him a Turf Tavern Rugby shirt and I, well I got him nothing.

Brady opening his gifts. Larry is the one on the phone, he was in Brady's SCP group over the summer working on the Williams Formula One project with him.

Brady admiring the HULK
Last night we had a final Black Tie even. It was great to get to see everyone that had been gone for the summer working on their different project.

guy?, Sven, Oli, Tony, Brady

Showing off our moves on the dance floor

Today was Brady's unofficial Graduation (his actual ceremony is next year!). I have a ton of pictures and stories to tell, but I don't want to rush through it so you will just have to wait...


Mike and Me said...

Congratulations to our Oxford graduate! We are sure proud of your accomplishments and grateful for your amazing success at school.
Mike and Carma
PS Hulk Holgan huh? now there's some deep reading for you.

lindsay Roscoe said...

Well this is a little bittersweet for me. I am stoked to see you guys but also a little sad to not have you all in England anymore and watch all your awesome adventures. Any ways Brady Congrats on your semi graduation and having good friends that will last a life time. SEE YOU ALL TOMORROW and safe travels

Autie and Jeff said...

Yeah! So glad you guys are coming back HOME...Congrats, Brady!

Jesse C said...

Wow, congrats Brady! We hope to see you guys soon.

Ben and Missy said...

I can't believe your year in England is finally over! It has been so fun reading about your many adventures. You had better keep blogging, even when in Utah!