The Graduate

I sent in my request to graduate “in absentia” – just offered “family obligations” as the reason, not my lack of desire to pay $65 and hang out with a bunch of excited 20-somethings. I just want to have the peice of paper in my hot little hands. Apparently, I will be waiting quite some time for that however, inasmuch as graduation ceremonies are mid-May and I’ve been told it can take several weeks after that to get my diploma. Sheesh. As if waiting however-many years wasnt enough, I guess I can wait a bit longer.

About braultfam

I'm a married, often-harried mom of a busy darling dancing diva in her early teen years. I wrangle a houseful of furry children while homeschooling the kid, reading (mainly digital books these days), and writing. And let's not forget, taking time to travel when possible, because we are definitely a family who loves making memories together from PA to FL...I other words, I'm just your average superwoman!
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One Response to The Graduate

  1. Christie says:

    I totally understand! My graduation day, I was just a couple of months shy of 30 and it was my 2nd son’s 4th birth, so I had no desire to attend the ceremony. We had Jeremiah’s b-day party at home, I got to spend valuable time with my parents, grandparents, and kids. Much better than a cap and gown!

    I didn’t get my diploma until August (graduation was in May). You think for the 1000s of $$$ I paid, they could’ve sped it up a little bit!

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