Well....Bryson did it! He graduated from Cornell Medical School and is now officially a MD. When we moved into medical school housing on 1st and 70th street 4 years ago, I was sure that medical school would feel like an eternity. Somehow our precious time flew by faster than either of us can believe. We really loved medical school. It is where Bryson and I spent our first 4 years together and where we learned so much and in the process made life long friends.
Being accepted into medical school and then into a residency has left us feeling blessed and fortunate that all of our hard work has payed off.
Bryson graduated on May 29th at 12:00 pm. The exercises where held at Carnegie Hall, which made for a very memorable graduation. Following the pomp and circumstance, we had a wonderful dinner at Compass where were able to celebrate Bryson and and all that he has accomplished. Here are a few of the pictures from the very special day:
Bryson standing outside the school where he spent much of the last 4 years.
Bryson with friends John Rodney and Anthony Rossi.Walking up to receive his diploma
Daniel was so excited that his dad was FINALLY done with school that he tried to leap off the balcony and onto the stage. Good thing he had his two grandma's there. I am a very proud wife!
Daniel was very excited to try on the cap...he only has 20 more years before he can get one of his own :)
With all of our family that came in town for the graduation
Standing inside the lobby of the Essex house with two very beautiful women (my mother and mother-in-law).
With our good friends Owen and Camille at the Essex House reception.Walking home through Central Park after the commencement.
The day could not have been more lovely
Bryson and I opening up some of the gag gifts we received from the Richards. Some of my favorites where and ice shovel for the cold Rochester winters and No Doze (for Bryson's over-night call). Taylor and Crystal performing a dance to "New York New York" but they made up their own lyrics and called it "Rochester New York". It was hysterical!
The boys cruising Time Square
I also want to thank all of our family and friends for their support. We could not have done it without you!!