Next, mashed potatoes in martini glasses and you could top it with some different options.
Although it was my graduation, Andrew kept running into tons of people he knew...talk about a social butterfly :)
It got so crowded that I couldn't take any more pictures, but they also had a cheese station, sandwiches, pasta bar, pretzel bar (yummy cinnamon filled ones!!!), chocolate fountain, espresso, and...
a FRUIT BAR!!! It was loaded with tropical fruits! I was in love.
It was beautifully decorated with the palm tree made of extra fruit and the outside layer of the pineapple that was cut up to eat.
The next day, I had my last meal from the student union at Carthage...A $3.99 salad from the quick mart.
Saturday evening, we got to see a professional football game at Tremper High School in Kenosha. It was a jumble of the 2nd and 3rd string of local professional teams!
These two little boys were so cute sitting next to those big guys!
As for the rest of the week, it has been work and Microbiology. I am hopefully starting a new job at Panera soon because the job I have is just crazy. My whole staff is trying to leave because the corporate is messed up. I would advise for people to not shop at Parmida, simply due to how bad they treat their employees.
Throughout all of this, yoga has really helped me stay calm. Through practice, I have learned that when something goes wrong, look at it in a different light. Don't sweat the small stuff, because if that is the worst thing that has happened to you during the day, then consider yourself lucky. Many times, we see things for how bad they are instead of how good everything else is. Be thankful for what you have (or don't have) and live life to its fullest potential. You never know what you can do until you try!