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Stephanie's graduation

Monday, May 25, 2009

My youngest sister Stephanie graduated on Thursday. Her high school was opened in 2005, and her class is the first graduating class who were there all four years. Graduation included many speeches about how their class started traditions. A student in Stephanie's class even wrote the Alma Mater.
Walking to her seat. Stephanie was recognized in the program as receiving an Advanced Diploma, Top Ten in her class, a member of Spanish Honor Society and National Honor Society.

Since Stephanie was top ten in her class, she got to sit in the front row, just like her sisters before her :)

I caught Stephanie's eye and hearted her, and she hearted me back. That's when Mama started crying.

We took tons of pictures after graduation, but in every picture Megan has a weird look on her face. Even though Megan was having a bad picture day, I love this picture of the three of us.

Every graduate didn't have the same graduation gear as Stephanie. She got to wear a stash and stole signifying her accolades.

Daddy, Stephanie, Mama, and Trish

Me, Grampy, Stephanie, Aunt Suzanne, Megan, and Mama

Megan Update:
The doctor says that her residual limb, which Megan has named Aiden, is healing well. The plastic surgeon said that she might need a scar revision surgery down the road. On Friday we went to the prosthetic place, and Megan started wearing the shrinker sock. The shrinker sock looks like old lady panty hose. She has to wear it 24/7. It's supposed to get her leg in the right shape for her to wear a prosthetic. Hopefully, in about two weeks, she'll get fitted for a prosthetic leg!

5 Responses to “Stephanie's graduation”

  1. Congrats to your sister for all that hard work! :)

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  2. That is so awesome that she graduated with such honors! Good for her. Also, I've been keeping Megan in my prayers. Thanks for the update on her progress. Big Hugs!!

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  3. congratulations to stephanie!



    Michelle,

    Graduation Stoles

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  4. I love the "heart" picture! You must be so proud of your little sister!

    Glad that Megan has made so much progress!

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  5. Congratulations to your sister. My brother just graduated from high school too. It made me feel so old! Haha.

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