It seems like there was supposed to be an immediate shift, somewhere in the whole turning-18-and-graduating-high-school thing. But life is full of moments.
A personalized DIY graduation gift that is easy peasy to make.
Graduation is almost here, and so are all of the feelings that accompany it. Time to make a to-do list and focus on that, I guess.
With just one (short) year left before college, I have to figure out how to give my oldest enough room to get ready to launch. We’re getting there.
There are some graduation speeches that seem to resonate with a lot of us. They make us think. They make us laugh. They hopefully embolden us to be better, more courageous people. This is that list.
Celebrate your college-bound graduate with our high school graduation party ideas for decor, food, and making memories.
Getting your college-bound graduate ready to live independently? Step one is making sure he has his college dorm room set-up to live comfortably. Step two is making sure your he knows how to keep his linens and clothes clean so that you don’t have a piles of laundry to tackle when he visits home. We have you covered on both fronts.
To say the high school goal is to graduate is much like saying one’s career goal is to be successful; both are temporal.
This How To Knot a Tie Tutorial double-duties as a fantastic card for Father’s Day and graduates if you’re gifting a tie as well.
Every year at this time, our elementary school holds individual ceremonies for the third, fourth and fifth grades. Anyway, that part of the event is all fine and good and it’s great to see the kids get their little medals and certificates. But then? Then things take a very obnoxious turn. Because that’s when the principal thanks everyone for coming, makes some closing remarks and opens up the mic. To the audience. Of parents….
Tomorrow afternoon you are going stand in an auditorium with a thousand other kids your age. People will speak. Some parents will dab tears. Others will be elbowing their way to a prime position in order to take a photo with their zoom lens. I don’t need to tell you which group I will be in.
Just print, cut and fill-in the congratulations box in this iPhone-inspired graduation card printable. Oh, yeah it’s free.