". . . little shall I grace my cause

In speaking for myself. Yet, by your gracious patience,

I will a round unvarnish'd tale deliver . . ."

(William Shakespeare's Othello, I.iii.88-90)

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Class of 2011

The set-up

The decorations

Sister/Aunt/Photographer/Decorator (Thanks, Deb!)

The spread

The cake



Mom & Dad

Presenting the diploma

You did it, Trevor.

Reading the diploma

I think we should cut it this way.


Pretty girls.

Let's party!



There are those pretty girls again.

Let me show you how it's done, Son.

I think he knows how it's done.

Tired but happy.

Our music man. Congratulations, Trevor. We love you so much.


Melanie T. said...

Congratulations, Trevor! And Mom and Dad, of course. :) One major accomplishment down, many more to go, I'm sure!

And, I want my piece of cake from Melody's side. Hers are bigger! ;)


Leah said...

Congratulations to Trevor! Congratulations to Dad on his awesome piano instruction (gorgeous playing, Trevor) over all these years.
Congratulations to Mom for, well, everything a mom does. (and for your great taste in picking out clothes... my seven year old has the exact same shirt Evan is wearing ;)

Katy said...

Congratulations! I've been/I'm at the other end of your experience, both as a parent and child (my parents graduated me after 19 years of home school, and I'm looking forward to teaching my own children, the oldest being 4 yrs). Observing experienced parents--both homeschoolers and not--around me has been the greatest encouragement and education. I'm sure young mothers in your church/community feel the same way!

The Mama said...