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November 16, 2009


Funny, that is what I thought while looking at the photos! Much love and hugs,my friend!
What a lovely post!!

Such a sweet post... It just happens too fast. I remember the first graduation season after I graduated from high school and foolishly thought to myself, "How dare they continue on with ME!?"

So I totally get it! We that get it are the special people of this world!

Love to you,

If you find a way to slow this growing up thing down, please let me know. I'd like to use it on my 8, 6 and (now) 3 year old children. Thanks.

sigh....and I was that mom, walking with my cheerleader daughter at her last high school game....two years ago.

and going through all those "lasts" this year with younger daughter....

Sniff. Serve this post with a box of tissues.

Dang...your going to have me crying at this rate. (Hugs)Indigo

My work takes me to our high school's graduation each year. I spend most of the night trying not to cry on stage in front of everyone. It's been this way since my oldest was in about 6th grade, and she's a sophomore now. I can't imagine what it will be like when she's headed across the stage.

There's line from a song that was popular a while back - "Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end". We have so much more to go through with Roo. Just stay in the moment - don't look too far ahead. And remember that as some of these things end, there will be a beginning that follows on shortly after. Always.

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