Well, this has been an action packed week. My middle son graduated from High School on Friday, and Friday night to Saturday morning was at a school based party, which I had the pleasure of helping out with – I got up at 4 to drive an hour there to help with breakfast and clean up. So, I haven’t had much time to post this weekend.
Edward, the proud graduate.
We had front row seats, from left to right, myself, Katherine, Christopher, and Ed’s girlfriend Kelly. Hint for photographers, if you want your son to look toward’s you and the camera with a smile on his face, bring girlfriend to celebration.
Getting his diploma.
celebration!!!!!!, they also had confetti poppers, but that went so fast that we didn’t capture it on camera.
Then there was the all night party. I came upon a scene of over a hundred tired teens waiting for the sunrise.
Found Edward and Kelly coming down from the mountain where they were waiting for the sunrise, you can see how tired they were.
Sunrise on the mountain.
Breakfast and some of the adults that stayed all night to supervise.
Waiting for the bus to transport them back to the school.
A good night, a great graduation, and I can’t believe that in a few months college for two of my three. Sigh, they grow so fast.
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