The end of the term is always spectacularly busy, and this one was no different but had a few additional glitches that made it even more insane. Tim had his first final exam as a PhD student and so his time was very busy with that (and his full time job), I had several students finishing their honors projects very late, and then we had a visit from my two BILs and a SIL last weekend (so the weekend before was getting the house in shape, and then last weekend they were here).
And in addition, I got another grant (this is good busy) and had to get IRB stuff in pronto so the money could be released.
So yes, it has been busy but grades are in, today is Saturday, and graduation is Monday. I'm 'marshalling' the University graduation (I lead our j school graduates in the 'Duck Parade' from the center of campus to the arena where the University celebration is held) and then I'll be marshalling for our J school ceremony (where basically I do nothing). Monday will be a long day (I need to be at designated places in full ceremonial dress an hour before things start) but then, lovely summer with lots of fun research projects to work on and the promise of a sabbatical next Winter term.
And there has been knitting, believe it or not. On ITTF at Rav, there's a 'hap a long' happening--a hap is a small shawl. Here is my first hap, lionberry:
So that's my catch up.