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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The BIG day is almost here.......






Hi friends! :-) Hope all is well with you in your world.


I've been a bit crazy lately... with my son's school finishing up and all of the graduation practices and rituals..

Where does the time go? He'll be graduating from Catholic High School tomorrow and I KNOW that this will be another one of those "benchmarks" that will hit me hard.




He once needed me... now he needs to spread his wings. A lot will be changing now and truthfully, I don't know if I'll EVER be ready to let him go. But it's necessary, for both of us. :-)






I know that I've raised a wonderful, caring, loving person.... a sensitive human being that is in tune w/ everything and everyone around him. That makes me so proud.

But deep inside, he'll always be my little baby. My little boy that would call me "mommy". That will never change, no matter what he accomplishes, where he goes, who he becomes...... We will always have that special mother/son bond that nothing can change.

I'll use up a lot of tissues tomorrow... that's for sure. And I'll be the proudest mommy in the entire auditorium. I just hope he knows that and always carries my love with him, no matter where he is. I know I will.

6 comments:

  1. Congratulations Wendy and for your son. Making sure our children graduate from high school is so rewarding seeing them accept that diploma. Both of my kids graduated high school and college and to me that was a top priority that I expected from them.

    My daughter , when she was accepting her degree, mind you she was 19, just last year, I wanted a good pic so I went down to the stage area to get a pic of her and the dean...so I spoke out "This way Ash" for her to turn just a little bit and she yelled back "What MA!" The whole audience laughed including the Dean. It was hilarious.

    Memories to last a lifetime.

    Enjoy the day and If I could send you a box of tissue to be there in time, I would.

    Have a great day

    Smiles and hugs
    Kathy

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  2. Wendy,

    And proud you should be. Letting them fly away is the worst part, but the best part, you are always there for them when they land. So many more memories will be made and you will continue to be proud. I need tissues everytime I receive a card from my daughter, she always seems to get ones that mean and say so much...
    Congrats to you and your son, wishing you and your family the best.
    Blessings,
    ~Ronda~

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  3. Wendy,
    Congrats! Take a whole box of kleenex and use them proudly! Great kids are a blessing.

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  4. OH Wendy,
    I am so happy for you and I cant even begin to imagine how you must feel. I am a very long way from this moment you will be experiencing tomorrow. Although I know how fast it is going to fly by. I pray for your son and his future. I know it will be great! I am sure with you as a momma he already has a great start to his journey.
    Hugs Brandi~

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  5. Congratulations, I know it is a happy/sad day. I know you are so proud of your son!!! Hugs

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  6. Thanks everyone for your beautiful words! Us moms have this special bond and one thing in common... the well being of our children. :-)

    Kathy, that is funny! I was told the other day by my son that we are NOT aloud to cheer, clap or wave during the graduation or we will be escorted out of the building! Can you believe that?

    I paid almost $25,000 HARD EARNED dollars for him to go to Catholic High and I can't CLAP? I'll clap if I want to! LOL

    Catholic school.... Kinda like concentration camps. LOL

    Bless you all! ♥

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