well...i'm a time traveler of sorts. the boy graduated and i had two feelings: #1 that it seemed like I just graduated a few years ago and #2 that i couldnt believe my baby boy was old enough to graduate. To be sure, i dont feel like i'm even old enough to have kids, but i'm sure many moms feel that way. you can imagine i experienced a host of emotions: fear, confusion, happiness, sadness, and pride. Because I have so many feelings running around through my body, i am unable to capture them all into words. so i shan't (good one, aint it?). instead i'll post a few pics from graduation.

this is pumpkin, number one son and me. what the pic does not show is how sore my feet are. but i look good. and that's all that matters.

this pic includes The man. again, sore feet. mine, not his.

so i feel like i have traveled through time because AS I'VE SAID MANY TIMES: time is a circle, NOT a straight line. and so, i've done this graduating from high school thing before. i can't wait until he becomes my little toddler boy again. just like in that benjamin button movie.

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