I've been in Auckland for a couple of days, staying with my children(who now flat together). I missed seeing Cass graduate with his Bachelor's degree last year as his ceremony was a week after Sophie's. This year he was capped for Master in Architecture with First Class Honours.
Here's the parade up Queen St, on its way to where the ceremony will be held. This was the first capping ceremony for Auckland university this year. There will be quite a few more.
Some of the others with lemon hoods - these are bachelor graduates, as they have the fur edge on their hoods.
And later at lunch - the "I wish you'd stop taking photos of me" look.
At the flat (it's a house actually, 4 of them live there), I saw this quilt that I made many moons ago and which Sophie took with her when she went away to uni. It's the Stargazey Daisiez pattern from a class I did with Jan Mullen. It must be about 8 or 9 years old by now and has faded somewhat, but it still looks good.