Saturday was pretty much left for travel, vegging, and eating. My cousin had school work to do so we didn't see him until Sunday. For dinner, we went to Royal Roast Beef & Seafood where I got some clam chowder and Julie got a steak and cheese. I even put on my gym clothes on to get some steps in at the gym's treadmill.
On Sunday, Julie and I took a cab to the hotel that the ceremony was being held at. We met up with my cousin who had a big smile on his face and gave the rundown of how his first month of school and Boston went. He's had some issues with IKEA furniture and getting his belongings delivered by FedEx, but he seemed to be in good spirits despite having lots of school work to do.
He went to go line up and Julie and I went to go sit down along with all the other students' family and friends. There were some quick speeches from the professors and then it was time for the students to line up to get their white coats. All 195 of them were individually called up and recognized. Some students were coated by a family member, so it was cool to see that they were keeping up with the family legacy. One student was coated by her husband and when they got their picture taken, they brought their two children up on stage. It was so cute.