So sorry for the delay in postings. Our youngest, Ian, graduated from High School and the last week or so has been one event after the other. Here's a quick picture collage of the events we attended with him.
Graduation Ceremony – there were 450 graduates and they got through the entire group in about 2 hours which I didn't think was too bad at all. One graduate received a $30,000 scholarship to Queen's University (she also was offered a $12,000 scholarship to a local University) and declined it (there were some gasps in the audience) in order to follow her dream of a dance school. I think this leap of faith says a lot for her and her parents. You should follow your passion wherever it leads you.
I've known these "boys" since they were in preschool – they sure clean up nice. Ian is four boys from the right (or 6 from the left)
So did the girls….
Hey….what happens on the "Party Bus" stays on the party bus.
They all had fun, got home safely and that's all the really matters at the end of the day.
Congratualtions Grads of 2009!