Monday, May 2, 2011

Ruby red/rednesday: Graduation





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It was my second daughter G's capping yesterday. It rained the whole day, we didn't go to the march pass. The ceremony was at the Aotea centre. My memories went back to previous ceremonies when the water engineer and I were capped.

A blind girl and her dog was there. There were thunderous clapping and yahooing.

14 comments:

The Japanese Redneck said...

Again congrats to your 2nd daughter!

Ginny said...

Congradulations to your daughter! She is so pretty, and I know you are both so proud of her education.

alovestory said...

Congrats to G and to the whole proud family! :)

Lesley said...

Congratulations to your daughter. What's next for her?

SueLovesCherries said...

What a momentous occasion - you both must be so proud of her!

Ann said...

Always such a phenomenol accomplishment. She is very lovely. Happy Rednesday.
Ann

~~Carol~~ said...

Congrats to your daughter, Ann! You must be so proud!
Happy REDnesday,
Carol

Diann said...

Congrats to your daughter.

LV said...

HJow wonderful a little rain did not spoil this great occasion. I think it is so nice to see young or old not letting their handicap stop them from living a good life.

Genie said...

What a happy day for you, Ann. Congratulations to both you and your daughter. Loved the photos you shared. Happy Rednesday and take care...Genie

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You must have had a wonderful celebration--and you will relive it again and again.

TO LIVE WITHOUT RED

“To live without red is a sin!”
She said, with a rubicund grin.
“A world without red?
I’d rather be dead!
No crimson? It shivers my skin!”


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Red Art in Mexico

Regina said...

Congrats to your daughter!
Wonderful post Ann.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

I am back at home now and reading lots of good postings....I am a little late sending off my congrats to you...and I am sure you are really proud of your second daughter....cheers to the whole family....

CooKieInAJar said...

Its never too late to be happy for you and family. Congrats on G's graduation. All the best to her.