|Post-graduation, two of my sorority sisters and I showing off our diplomas for the College of Business.|
|Doesn't the boy look cute in his lavender shirt?|
We all went to Ceviche's downtown again for lunch and drinks, which was just as amazing as ever. I swear, I could eat there every day of my life and not get bored. I just love tapas. On the way home, we stopped at the little organic, locally grown co-op store that my sister works at. My mom bought me fresh mozzarella and heirloom tomatoes, which were probably the best I've ever eaten. Anyways, why am I rambling about vegetables? I swear there's a point. Sitting on the cash register was this little plastic cow, which I ended up leaving with, as a graduation gift from the manager. It was silly and childish, but tipsy me thought it was hilarious.
Come on, you have to admit that it's hilarious. When you squeeze him, the eyes bug out. I had it in my purse the next day for Cinco de Mayo celebrations at a local Mexican restaurant.