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At least I got to go to one graduation…

07 Jun

My Taiwan son, Tim, also graduated from university this year! 

It’s a struggle having not been to Cori or David’s graduations, but at least I got to go to one this year.

Pics are all on the camera so that will have to wait, but, I’ll give you a hint.

It was raining, at night, and outdoors.

And nice.

I’m glad I was able to go.  And I got some pretty flowers from Tim’s family too!

Congratulations Tim!! You rock!

His band wrote and performed the graduating class song.  It was incredible to watch him perform.  I’m so very proud to be able to call you my son!

I’m proud of All  My children!

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Posted by on 07/06/2014 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “At least I got to go to one graduation…

  1. LFFL

    08/06/2014 at 01:08

    Awesome!

    Like

     

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