I can’t believe the time has come to celebrate my daughters college graduation.
I have found myself reminiscing over her high school graduation party. I love to capture the moments and here are a few of my favorite photos:
I absolutely love this photo of my daughter Macey and her ggreat group of friends.
I see it everyday as it is hanging in my office
As they have all moved on to new chapters in each of their lives. One thing remains. They all know they have each other if ever needed. The bond created is strong, loyal and could stand any situation.
Fast forward to last summer….
We decided to have a “summertime social” as Macey was only home for a few weeks.
Here is a few favorite photos of mine:
As I look back over the years with my daughter Macey. I grab the memories and hold them tight in my heart. I look how they have enriched my life and outlook on living.
She is a fearless soul. Strengths and determination beyond belief. Independent is an understatement. She welcomes the unknown. It took me to my late 30’s to overcome this. Once I crossed over it was truly life changing.
She has impacted me in ways she will never know. She has pushed me out of my comfort zone…
Her spirit is confident. She knows who she is and will not stray from showing it.
As we will be attending her commencement ceremony May 4th at Washington State University in Pullman. Which she is doing for her dad & I. you do not have to walk in the ceremony to graduate. She is humble in this way… where I want to scream, shout and dance how proud we are of her.
This is an accomplishment that we will celebrate with our friends & family mid May.
Along with a graduation party we will be having a going away party for her. She is moving to New York this summer. As I’m sad she will be so far away-I put my emotions aside. I think of how we raised her; there is nothing impossible. To evolve is to experience. The world is such an extraordinary adventure-explore it!
I’m so honored to be her momma