Last night the last of my children graduated High School. Kaylin was the last of 5. I've had kids in school for 28 years, so kind of strange not being tied to school any longer. Mom & Dad had 9 kids, but mine were spread 15 years apart to his 14 years, plus my oldest sister dropped out to get married, so I had kids in school longer than they did even!
I guess I'll get used to the idea, but it will be different not seeing one of mine get off a school bus. New chapter in my life I suppose.
Someone dropped the ball when laying out the outdoor graduation & had the sun squarely in all our eyes. People were pretty aggravated, as they could have easily faced us to the east.
Kaylin is under the arrow, and squinting from the piercing sun.
Yesterday was a great day for her. She got her 1st paycheck of $190 from McDonalds, graduated school, then in the lock-down "Project Graduation", she won $130 in the process.