And I could not be more proud, my college graduation would have been on Monday. But due to my college struggles, I sat and watched from the stands at 1st Mariner Arena as my classmates turned their tassels and entered their future.
I shed a tear or two, not out of sadness, but with an overwhelming feeling of emotion of what it really means to graduate college.
It’s something I want for myself and I just don’t know how to get myself across the stage.
Soo many proud graduates!
I left graduation, knowing that I would too have this moment, sometime soon (hopefully in 5 months)
What better way to celebrated a monumental accomplishment? With food!
In the past 6 days I have spent 4 of them in Baltimore, and I am falling more and more in love with this city.
We had dinner at Captain James and started off with some crab dip!
I started off with some crab cakes, and I was only able to finish 3/4ths of them.
We all go our nom on!
Baltimore is amazing, we even saw the Pride of Baltimore 2 sail by, apparently this does not happen as often.
We all enjoyed this view from on top of the restaurant, which was a ship, too much fun!
I of course, had my own photo shoot.
For dessert we headed over to Vaccaro’s- Italian Pastry? YES!
I wanted one of everything but I managed to contain myself..
I ordered a cannoli, my first one! My cannoli getting stuffed…
This would be the mini cannoli, the “diet” version.
Holy yummies. I am so glad that instead of spending graduation day being sad, I was happy to celebrate with my friends!