Megan is a good Christian girl and many of her activities involve her church. She graduated with a 3.8 gpa and will attend college on scholarships & grants.
Megan will only have a short summer break until her fall semester begins at school. Soon she will be moving into her own apartment near campus which she will be sharing with her big brother Zac....Thank you Lord!!! I just couldn't imagine my innocent little granddaughter being sent out on her own to live in a college dorm...unsupervised. I know you all are laughing, BUT this university is known as a party school...And Zac if you are reading this you'd better take good care of your little sister!!! Watch out for her and keep those big bad wolves away from her!
Here we are anxiously waiting for the graduation procession to begin. Sharon was sitting next to me and there were many of Megan's family members in attendance, Andrea, Garry and her other grandparents, but we all weren't sitting together in the stands.
Here comes the procession of graduates and teachers. I didn't know it until I got there and noticed that some of Jimmy's family was also in the stands, so I asked them who was graduating and they told me that Emily was graduating too. The reason I was surprised to see any other relatives was because this was an out-of-town graduation and we thought Megan was the only one graduating this year. Jimmy & I had no idea that his brother's granddaughter was also graduating from this very same H.S...we didn't even know that she attended this high school with Megan.
Here's Megan with her mother Sharon. Sharon of course you know is my daughter and she doesn't look much older than the graduates herself. I was so nervous taking the pictures that most of my pictures turned out a bit fuzzy and unusable, so I'm hoping that Scott was less shakey and took some good pictures to share with me.
I rode to the graduation ceremony with my daughter Sharon and she was so excited and I've never seen her so happy as she was that night...she was glowing and so proud. As we were leaving and approaching Megan's car, Megan gave her mom a bouquet of beautiful cut flowers and a card. Sharon was beaming and I could see tears in her eyes. On the way home she read the card to me and it was one of the sweetest sentiments to a mother from a daughter that I have ever heard.