Tuesday, June 19, 2012

A Very Big Day Tomorrow

Somehow I thought I could blog during one of the biggest weeks for our family - we threw a graduation party this past Saturday, tonight is an 8th grade promotion ceremony for Julia and tomorrow afternoon is Ryan's high school graduation! In addition to speaking at the graduation, he'll spend the morning at the Capital for the Congressional Arts Ceremony...a very big day.

Here's a photo I took this spring from our trip for accepted student day at MassArt. I've already placed a pack of tissues in my purse. I might need to keep a supply there for the summer.

25 comments:

Clare Christine said...

Sounds like quite an adventure, I hope everything works out as planned and I sure it will be a wonderful and exciting day!! I hope you can stop by my blog and enter my giveaway for a pair of pearl earrings, Wednesday is the final entry day. Enjoy your week!

Toodles,
Twirling Clare
http://twirlingclare.blogspot.com/

Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

That is exciting. We'll all be here after these once in a lifetime events are over. Enjoy!

Henhurst Interiors said...

Congratulations to the kids, and to their mother. All best, Phyllis

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Enjoy those moments, Michele! Many congratulations to you all.
xoxo,
Loi

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

If you are like me, you will need a box, but enjoy every minute. Probably the most emotional part of a child growing up is high school graduation and the day you leave them at college. So Bittersweet.
He really is having a big day tomorrow.
Have a nice week.
Teresa
xoxo

L.P. said...

Easy to see where RC gets his photography talent. Great shot.
Will share tissues, as needed.
LPM

Windlost said...

Wow, congrats to the kids and you - sounds like they are all doing great. I wish your son such luck with the art program! Yes, I am a crier so don't leave the house without lots of tissues for a big event like this!

:)

Love and prayers for a happy day! xo Terri

Katherine said...

That's what happens when your children make you so proud that you think your heart will pound right out of your chest.......
Enjoy every glorious moment!

Pat said...

Very big changes. Enjoy them all.

helen tilston said...

Sending good wishes and prayers for Julia and Ryan and wishing them wisdom in choosing their colleges.

Helen xx

pve design said...

Michele,
If it is any consolation....it does get easier over time.
My twins are doing great.....and they will be entering their sophomore year in college in the Fall.
One son is off to Tanzania and the other is working a myriad of jobs to keep busy and save over the Summer.
I wish your graduates much happiness and celebrate every achievement and milestone.
pve

for the love of a house said...

Congratulations to them both and a hug for you!!
xojoan

Reggie Darling said...

Sometimes blogging needs to be put on hold, and it sounds to me this week is about as good a reason as one can muster. Reggie

Carla Aston said...

What a cool image. So sweet and best of luck to your children. Isn't it a wonderful to watch them spread their wings!

5th and State said...

ohhhhhhh, what a bittersweet time in your lives. congrats to all those grads in your life michele
xo
debra

A Perfect Gray said...

congratulations and best wishes to you all during these wonderful times. donna

Jenny Castle Design said...

So much to celebrate Michele! Congrats to your accomplished children - enoy every minute!

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Congratulations! Enjoy the festivities and memories these times make!

Liz

vicki archer said...

I hope it goes brilliantly... enjoy every second and good luck with the tissues! It is such an emotional time for a mother ... I know you will have a marvellous and memorable time... xv

Emom said...

oh my....take loads of photos....and smiles!

NotesFromAbroad said...

Oh boy, just carry a small box of tissues with you from now on :)
It is amazing how they were tiny just a few years ago, no ? Congratulations to the graduate and family and best wishes for the future !

Ideezine said...

Wonderful growing session for all...many blessings for you all.

classic • casual • home said...

Congratulation to the whole family! Enjoy.

Janell @ House of Fifty said...

One big week for certain! Enjoy the summer...Janell

pretty pink tulips said...

Hi Michele!

Sorry I missed this post. Congratulations to Ryan (and you!) on his graduation. On to exciting new adventures!!!

xoxo Elizabeth

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