I was up early this morning to shoot graduation, which I enjoy. Everyone is happy and excited. Plus, since the county only had one high school, it’s like the entire community celebrates with the students. It’s the only graduation I’ve ever been to where people bring their lawn chairs and are set up on all four sides of the stadium. It’s just fun. After graduation, Ron and I went to my parents house and worked in the garden, weeding it. It looks pretty good. After much needed showers we headed to Target to pick up a few things, came home and ate dinner and clipped a million coupons and watched “Oz.” The color in that movie is amazing and it makes all three female main characters look flawless. And of course the wizard isn’t bad either.
I had to get up super early this morning to shoot graduation for work. I snapped this quick pic waiting for the grads to arrive. The graduation was in a one high school county, which is actually pretty cool because it’s like the entire community celebrates the occasion. This photo doesn’t even represent half the people that were there. I’ve never seen so many people at a high school graduation. People had lawn chairs. Definitely not what I’m used to, but it was kinda awesome. And, congrats to all the 2012 graduates wherever you are.
Ron received his graduate degree in the mail today. He’s decided against walking at the ceremony in May since he actually finished in December. I wish he would change his mind, but I’m so excited and proud of him either way. Good job boo! Now it’s on to the CPA.
Finally dusted the Cricut off tonight and officially finished graduation presents. We have two parties this weekend, one for Ron’s cousin and another for Erin, Rhen’s (Ron’s brother’s) girlfriend. The cards are a little more colorful than I originally intended, but still super cute. Congratulations graduates! I hope college is everything you hope it to be. Take the time to really enjoy it. It goes by super fast.
My niece is a graduate. Preschool is completed, now on to kindergarten. I know she’ll have no problems as she’s super smart and such a cool kid. But, I’d be lying if I said it’s a little sad that she’s growing up so fast. I’m going to miss it when she’s too old to want to come get candy or play games. Luckily, I probably have a few years left. Congrats Bri! Good luck in kindergarten!