Has the month of June been as crazy for some of you as it has for me?
Work has been hectic (for part of the month), I had a couple of trips to the Doc (had something hanging on a bit too long, so had my normal checkup, then went back for some chest X-rays… things were OK and it seems to be clearing up, slowly), and I’ve been busy on weekends. I had a bunch of images for this month, but after this past weekend, I decided to go in a different direction — graduation.
My niece, Nicole, graduated high school this past weekend. It seems like yesterday that she was a week little tyke and now she’s all grown up, driving, and planning for college.
Anyway, I opted to make that my “topic” for the Anything Goes theme. I look forward to seeing what everybody else came up with for this theme.
So, without further adieu… here are my five!
The moment where she goes from high school kid to young adult!
2. Look what I have!
As her line started to file down, I realized I wasn’t going to get a good shot from my seat. So I moved to be able to actually see and got a few good shots. She also saw me, so she hammed it up a little.
Think she’s happy?
4. The shindig
These were at the graduation party.
5. Now and future
Cameron always finds a way into these monthly challenges, so far be it from him not to get a snapshot with his cousin the graduate! It’s years in the future for him to get his own cap and gown!
That’s my five and now it’s your turn!
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Also, don’t forget to get back here tomorrow, July 1, to see the theme for July!
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