Saturday, December 11, 2010

Cel-e-brate good times


With less than two weeks to go before Christmas, one would think a precious Saturday off could in no way be spared for anything but holiday preparations, but then that would be wrong. It only took 4.5 years to get here, but today marks a turning point in a certain young man's life and we're going to take the time to celebrate.


My son, who would have nothing to do with high school commencement exercises, can't wait to walk the aisle and pick up his diploma from Wayne State University. We're thrilled for him and extraordinarily proud.

Tree trimming parties can wait.

16 comments:

Brenda said...

Congrats to Brian! Impressive building.

Joanna said...

This event is more important than stringing up colored lights I think. Congratulations to a certain young man.

Gail said...

That is a great accomplishment.
Way to go, Brian!

Stephanie V said...

Well done! Funny how finding your way makes the learning so much better. Have a great party!

The Bug said...

Congratulations to your son! Dr. M was at his school's graduation today too.

Sandy said...

Oh wow, congrats - well deserved I'm sure ....Hope you share pics.

Devon said...

How wonderful! Hope your day was geat. What a blessing to have your children focused and confident of their accomplishments... makes a mama proud!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

oh lovely! wonderful news for sure! congratulations to you both!

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxo

CT said...

congrats!I agree, this is more important! hugs!

Lisa L said...

Fantastic! Congratulations to your son Rudee:)

Rose said...

Congratulations!! I know you're very proud!

NCmountainwoman said...

Such an important day. Congratulations all around.

Ruth said...

What a great thing to be proud of congratilations to him.

Rositta said...

Congratulations to your son. It is good to be a proud mother. Have a great celebration...ciao

jeannette said...

Congrats to your son - and to the parents for undoubtedly being a support to him:)

sapphireblue said...

Way to go!