June 2011 was one of those points in time that I knew was coming.
I didn’t really want it to get here.
But like a train whistle on a quiet night heard from miles away, I knew the train called time was on the track and couldn’t be stopped.
What’s the big deal with June?
It’s another major milestone.
Chris would have graduated from High School this month. That’s a big deal because it meant the next steps of the bigger plan which included lacrosse, university and of course the doorway to the rest of his life.
We drove by a grad ceremony last week quite by accident. It wasn’t from his high school…in fact it was in another city. It did not take long for emotions to be on high alert.
This is just part of the journey and journey we will.
Now, there is a very great side of June that we welcome with huge and open hearts.
Chris’ friends will graduate soon and there will be more on that topic in another post, but Chris had a very close cousin named Brianna who graduated last night. We were able to meet up with her and get some pictures and talk with her before the big ceremony. To say we are proud is a complete understatement.
This is a young woman who is beautiful both inside and out. She is as smart as a whip taking home multiple awards and trophies last night. As Bri enters her next chapter of life, we would say these profound words….YOU GO GIRL!!
Dream your dreams. Write down your visions. Turn them into measurable goals and get to work in making it all come true.
Now as an addendum to this, as we were waiting to connect with Bri, a young couple came walking across the parking lot. It was sort of like a dream sequence. This young couple was my Mom and Dad. The last time I saw them together, I was wheeling Dad in a hospital chair from one floor to another (yes, via elevator!) to see Mom who was also in the hospital. To see them walking towards us looking as svelte as ever was nothing short of a miracle I would say. I’ve taken a few pictures so you can judge for yourself.
Have a great and SAFE weekend!
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2 replies on “June 2011”
I am once again so moved, so touched by all that transpires in your family — also to see your Dad & Mom — amazing!!
So great to see your Mom and Dad sharing that special moment with their granddaughter! Must have been an amazing site to see them there…they got fight in them; runs in the family I guess! Blessings!