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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Did you hear?


Who passed his comprehensive exam and now only has to defend his dissertation in May?? Yup, my hubbie. Christopher James Solo. Soon to have a PhD.


Life is good in the Solo household. Real good.

We went to Great Wolf Lodge with Heather and Scott last weekend to celebrate. What an incredible time THAT was!! The kids were all old enough to play together while the adults rode slides, or they could go down the slides with us. The kids played like cousins all weekend. Just good ol' playing. And loving every minute of it... It was relaxing and fun with a best friend along. And to top it off, guess who we met for dinner?

Heather and I took the kids out of school for the day on Monday (yup, we teachers value our kids education!) and then on Monday night we stopped in D.C. to have dinner with Mark. A pretty perfect ending to a pretty perfect weekend.

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Jonathan's Mommy said...

Congrats to your husband! That is a huge accomplishment!

I can't wait until Jonathan is old enough to go to Great Wolf! It looks like a lot of fun!

Christina Barosko said...

How was Great Wolf? Was it fun? We want to go, but haven't been.

Gina said...

Contrats Chris! The end is in sight, hang in there.

liz said...

Congratulations, Chris!
& "Hi, Mark!"

Anonymous said...

Congrats Chris!!! Glad you guys had fun at Great Wolf Lodge. Hope we see you soon!

Steph & family

Anonymous said...

Congrats, Chris! We are glad that you guys had fun at Great Wolf Lodge! We hope to see you soon!

- Steph, Chad, Henry & Mallory

Shana-Lynn said...

A big congrats to your hubby!!! What a huge accomplishment, you must be so proud!

Megan said...

Congrats to Chris, that is a huge accomplishment.

Kristen said...

That's awesome!

Major Mom said...

Congratulations to Chris, I understand the feeling completely, Susie! I've never felt so proud of anything in my life as when Dave hit all those milestones in his program! Getting through the written comprehensive exams were almost bigger than him passing the defense itself, in fact!

(Sorry so late, by the way, I'm WAY behind!! But I'm all caught up now.)