She was always diligent, creative, sharp, funny, and opinionated. Turns out she is gutsy too as she heads west, in search of a job. When I headed west after college, I had four year
d up in the industry. So, she is jumping in, and I have little doubt that she will succeed. The only question is whether she can put up with the traffic and super-obnoxious drivers.
We did have an excellent weekend, where we spent time with her, her friends (she has an amazing group of buddies, several of which she met at the aforementioned international student orientation), and the parents of her friends. The event was rained on, but we managed. Maybe it is good luck like the rain that hit our wedding in San Diego a few decades ago.
All I know is that she is going to do great, that she will make a difference, and I am going to miss her terribly. On the bright side, I got to hear my favorite song:
How did it get so dusty in my home office?