Thursday, May 22, 2008

The Big Day











First picture is of my oldest son after graduating, with my daughter (wearing the hat, of course!!!) Second picture is of my son and I. Then me, my oldest son and my middle son.


I am unable to sleep. I am so excited. Today is the BIG day!!!!!! She flies out today.

But really, I also wanted to post the other big day, too. My son's graduation pictures. He graduated from High School on Sunday. It was amazing, incredible and fantastic. I got a little teary eyed when they had their processional but after that I just sat there and smiled from ear to ear, it was so FUN, actually. I am really proud of him.
PS... I hate Blogger and their terrible picture layout format. I cannot make it look decent for the life of me...it's late, I tried. sigh......

13 comments:

Stacie said...

yayayayayay...great pictures, I can't imagine how proud you must feel!!!

good luck to your daughter, let us know that she has made it there safely!

Cecily R said...

Congrats to you and your graduating son! What an accomplishment for you both!

Yay for London! So excited to all hear about it!

utmomof5 said...

Yea for your son!!!! Way to go!!!! Tell your daughter to hav eenough fun fo rall fo us -- and to take a ton fo photos.

Kellan said...

Congratulations to your son and I hope your daughter has a great time!!

Take care- Kellan

Bia said...

I'm so glad you've been having some wonderful moments lately!

Bon Voyage to your daughter, and congratulations to your son.

God bless.

desirae said...

Aww.. Congrats (to both you and him).. I love how happy he looks, with that great big eye catching smile.. Now since he's graduated, and an adult it's time to hit him up with his bill.. This mainly includes room and board, laundry you have done for him over the years, teaching him everything you have ever taught him (including but not limited too: bathing on a regular basis, using a fork, riding a bike with no training wheels, etc.) If he gives you any crap about this bill, explain to him how embarrasing it would have been for him if one of his teachers had had to tie his shoes on that walk across the stage, or if he had to bike to a date with training wheels.


And your daughter leaving?? Crazy times.. Busy, Busy, Busy.. I hope she has fun..

Tranny Head said...

Congrats!

Holly said...

Congratulations on a great accomplishment. For son AND mom!

girlymom said...

What a HUGE day! You must be so proud. I love seeing the smiles.


I'm right there with ya hating the blogger pic features, or lack thereof. It's frustrating.

Valarie said...

YEAH for graduation and trips abroad!!

Shelley said...

Waiting patiently to hear about the London trip! How was it?

Mary said...

Congrats to your son and hope your daughter is having the time of her life in London!

Miss your updates.... Hope your new job is going well.

Stacie said...

where are you????