I'm afraid there will be no MM this morning - I was out like a light very early last night! And that was because we spent most of our Sunday touring Boston College, taking part in "Admitted Eagles Day." It was an absolutely lovely spring day - typical of April in these parts. I thought you might like to see some of the pictures I took ...
(I didn't actually take this one - a BC student took it for us.)
This is me, Bookworm, Bill (holding my backpack, lol) and Crackerjack, standing in front of St. Inagtius of Loyola Catholic Church.
The B.C. Eagle.
Note Crackerjack's hood ~ the air was a might chilly early in the morning!
This is Fulton Hall, where Bill and Bookworm learned about B.C.'s math program (math is his intended major) and to which BW and I later returned for the computer science presentation (his potential minor).
(For what it's worth, CJ was advised to wear something warmer than a hoodie but he assured us he'd be "fine.")
This is a cool spot inside Fulton Hall - a glass cathedral ceiling and huge hanging tin lanterns.
The campus architecture is stunning - most of the buildings look quite medieval.
School motto engraved on this feature: Ever to Excel
An impressive statue of St. Ignatius of Loyola, who founded the Jesuit order (Boston College is one of the country's oldest Jesuit universities).
So we have come down to two schools - Boston College and Gordon College - both wonderful opportunities for Bookworm, and both fit him well in different ways. We have much to talk about, think about and pray over this week, as a decision (and deposit) is expected very soon. May I ask for your prayers towards our discernment?
While I'm here I wanted to also let you know that my blogging will we be brief for the next several weeks. We have lots going on, and I'm really slowing down as I near my due date. (I'm at 35 weeks today.) I will still pop in now and again, but I didn't want anyone to worry if I'm quiet for days at a stretch. We will, of course, be announcing our big news here just as soon as we're able!
Blessings to you all on this beautiful spring Monday ~ see you here again sometime soon!