Yesterday, I handed in the final assignment due for the final course of my master’s program. I’m officially done. By Friday, I should know how I did and what my final grades are going to be. Unlike my undergrad, I absolutely kicked arse in this program. On Thursday, I will attend commencement. I’ve watched the … More Mission Accomplished – MS in Project Management
My, how time flies. I did manage to get out of the office for a few minutes to see the eclipse. My colleagues and I decided to get creative with office supplies.
The greater Philadelphia area has quite a few German-oriented places, making it a great place to observe Oktoberfest on this side of the pond. Cannstatter Volksfest-Verein (http://cannstatter.org/) has got everything you need to celebrate Oktoberfest. Music, dancing, food, rides for the kinder, games, vendors, and, of course, beer! If you need to get your German … More Oktoberfesting in Philadelphia
It has been one of the longest weeks ever. I should have left earlier but I procrastinated. Perhaps I thought by sheer will that I could postpone the inevitable. But death waits for no man, certainly not me, who missed my grandmother’s final breath by 30 minutes. It wouldn’t have mattered to my Omi, … More So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Adieu
Quite spontaneously we decided to go to Cape May, New Jersey for the annual Beer and Crab fest. For quite some time, people have been telling me to visit Cape May so we braved the long drive and headed down. Cape May is about an hour and a half from Philadelphia on a good day. … More Crabs and Beer in Cape May, New Jersey