Friday, 26 July 2013

A very proud day

One that I will never forget.

 She is the first in my family to have had the opportunity to go to university and she did us proud.



And yes, Mum and Dad both shed a tear.  I held it together really well, but then  "went" at a rather inopportune moment - but then, its expected of me these days! And it amuses the family!

25 comments:

Tammy Chrzan said...

CONGRATULATIONS!
I know how proud you are, I also know how hard it is to get a degree!
Way to go!!
Tammy x

John Gray said...

Well done that gal

Elizabethd said...

Congratulations! I know when we went to our grand daughter's graduation it was quite an emotional moment.

elsy said...

Hasnt she done brilliantly? Congrats to you all x

greenthumb said...

How wonderful, congratulating to your daughter for all her hard work.

Jennifer said...

Congratulations to all of you. That is truly wonderful.

Rose Fern said...

Congratulations!You must be really happy!I wish she'll find an interesting and rewarding job now!

Kathy said...

Congratulations! Isn't it a wonderful experience .... I remember my daughter's so well. By the way, you suit that cap very well!
Kathy x

Jan said...

A really special day! Jx

Plain Jane said...

Wonderful - and how much does she look like you?! Lovely pictures to cherish x Jane

Plain Jane said...

Wonderful - and how much does she look like you?! Lovely pictures to cherish x Jane

Jill said...

What a wonderful day. One I'm sure you'll all never forget. How proud you must be.
xx

Rosie said...

Congratulations - it must have been a wonderful day for you all. I'm sure tears of pride and joy were shed:)

Lisa said...

Many congratulations!
You must have been bursting with pride.
Well done to DQ. And didn't she look stylish in her outfit too.
Here's to a bright and rosy future.
Lisa x

Sue Hayton said...

It seems such a short time since her A levels. Well done and many congratulations!

Simone said...

Great photo in the frame! I often embarrass myself at an inapporiate moment too!!! x

Blueberry Heart said...

well done - amazing achievement! Both the degree and your good self for keeping it together - well almost! xxxx

Toffeeapple said...

How marvellous! Love the pictures.

**Anne** said...

Congratulations to your daughter.
Anne xx

pastcaring said...

Many congratulations to your daughter, Diane. Love that first photo! The mortar board rather suits you, and your daughter has your smile. xxx

Gilly said...

Congratulations! Your daughter has worked hard and deserves the honour of getting a degree! I wish her all the very best for the future!

Patricia said...

Congratulations to your daughter and such a proud moment for you all.
Patricia x

Mr Lonely said...

congratulation!

Regards, www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary)

lazylol said...

Congratulations to your girl, it's lovely to feel so proud at such a fab achievement :) xx

mandycharlie said...

Congratulations, how wonderful, I can imagine how proud you are. All the best, Mandy