Tuesday, May 29, 2012


Graduation for the first Agee child has come and gone!  It's kind of hard to believe it, but at the same time it is very real.

The actual graduation ceremony was touching and unbelievably well planned and carried out.  I can not believe that in 1 and 1/2 hours-- they marched in, we listened to 5 speeches, 647 students got their diplomas and fireworks lit the sky.  We were actually back at our house by 8:50. 

Our Open House Party was a lot of fun!  Lots of family and friends eating and talking.  The only small little tear up was during a video slide show we had made.  But most of my tears had already come earlier--during the making of the video and on Senior Day at church.  I can say that I really just enjoyed the moment of hanging out with lots of people that I love.  After the last guests left around midnight--we crashed.

AND  for the past three days we have played and rested.  The tropical storm has kept us tucked up in our home, but the kids are handling it well-so far.  Day 3 may test their limits.  Hopefully not.

Here are some pics from Grad Nite and the next day. Hope you enjoy!

Jordan was a Junior Marshall for Graduation

The Brothers

Proud Mom and Dad with the Grad

Austin and the Girls

My Mom and Dad with Austin

All the Grandkids and Bum Bum and Granny Bum

Austin with Ben's Parents (Bum Bum and Granny Bum)

Uncle Kennon, Austin and Aunt Lisa

And for now--we are onto our next adventure.

You will have to wait and see what that is going to be!


1 comment:

Diane said...

I've been following your blog for quite a while. You have a beautiful family!

How is your Sara doing? We are adopting two aging out girls from China. We will travel early September. I wonder if you could share what has helped your daughter with the adjustment process and what has been difficult for her? We so want to help our precious girls adjust!