Monday, May 18, 2009

Master's Degree

Saturday my daughter walked across the stage to receive her Masters in Education Administration from the President of Texas A&M! It was a proud and stormy day in College Station!
She's been teaching for 7 years and got her Master's through a co-hort program that Texas A&M offers .....
This is the proud grad and her boyfriend! Looks a little blurry... due to my photo editing....it was a dark and stormy day! Had to lighten the pics! Lots of shadows.... Here is her dad looking with pride at his first-born child...
And here is her crazy brother and the graduate! They are re-enacting a prior photo. You know how children are!

7 comments:

Sand Flat Farm said...

Congratulations to you all! You have a lovely family - your kids are both so purty!

We were in CS, too, on Saturday, moving my daughter home. We got the trailer loaded and tarped (is that a verb?) and the bottom fell out of the sky. We got drenched. We put everything else in plastic garbage bags and threw it in the pickup. My daughter & were packed in the truck like sardines and had to hold stuff under our legs & feet and some in our laps all the way home (3 hrs). It was a zoo!

The Charm House said...

Congratualations to everyone!!! Exciting day! I found your blog from you visiting mine! Thanks for visiting so that I could find your wonderful blog!
I am adding it today to mine!
Hugs,
Yvette

Julia said...

I can't even imagine how proud you must be.......your children....are not only beautiful but smart! They got that from you, right?

Gig'em.....Julia

Ashlyn said...

Congratulations you and your family! A joyous occasion, a Master's Degree, that is a wonderful accomplishment!! How proud our children make us!!
Hugs, Ashlyn

Anna said...

bravo debbie.. bravo mom... behind every great moment in life..... we have our moms...... to thank every step of the way ) xo, anna

be proud - great pics!!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

wonderful proud moments and accomplishments like this really beat all don't they!

Jeanie said...

Congratulations! Now THAT's an accomplishment! Three cheers to you all!