This is the day I can share with my grandchildren in the future.
My Graduation Day.
Lining up during the processionals was the tensing part coz when I walk through those doors, the bright lights meet you and I try to resist every inch in me not to trip over the carpet. I breathed in, walk that walk and survived. I try not to smile too big coz my gums might show.lol But the feeling is ... everything that you could encompass in the word 'happiness'.
Shaking Daddy L's hands when I got that diploma is everything I hoped it would be. Fulfilling.
Getting pinned by Dr. Dean and advising me to study hard is also everything I hoped it would be. Wonderful.
Staying still for that one of a kind class picture with Daddy Adviser is majestic.
Smiling big for every camera you see is a tough job but the memory it captures will be there. (in Facebook, tehee)
The Nurse's Notes were angels. I closed my eyes to absorb the music. They did 3 songs, a tribute to the Dean, to the students and then to the parents. How entrancing.
Many applauds for the awardees.
In all honesty, I slept in between some of the ceremonies because it was taking too long. It isn't easy handing out 900+ diplomas to 900+ graduates.
So hats off to the TAU 2nd Generation Class of 2010. We deserved this!