She wore a yellow ribbon in the merry month of May. And when! I asked! Oh why she wore that ribbon! She said “It’s for The Arsenal and we’re going to Wembley!”
COME ON YOU GUNNERS!
In the two years that I’ve played, this has become my truth:
Check out Dandy, my first new car ever!
The name originated with my friend O who called him Plum Dandy, which reminded me of Dandy from American Horror Story: Freak Show. Just like his namesake, this little Scion xB didn’t think he was destined for love either, but here he is, happily settled into his new home!
Now if I could just get the hands-free phone feature to work, we’ll be all set.
So proud of my kiddo – he made it!!! Tonight’s commencement ceremony was well-presented. I was so intent in listening for my son’s name to be called that I didn’t have time to cry (I probably will later). He seems pleased to be finished with his secondary education but says the reality of it all hasn’t really hit him yet – I remember that feeling from when I graduated and now I get to experience it from a parent’s perspective. It’s no less surreal…
Graduations are happy occasions – a celebration of dedication, effort, & self-discipline. I keep telling myself that while trying not to cry this morning. Truth is, I’m both happy and terrified for my son as he graduates. Deep down I know he’s going to be just fine, but once again I’m realizing that my kid will always be my kid. Have to pull myself together soon because I don’t want my kid or my own parents to see me like this, but I’m definitely bringing tissues to the ceremony tonight!