Yeah, I know I already talked about my son's graduation but what can I say? I am really proud and I have other lessons to share with you guys.
Here they are:
1. If you really want to enjoy the graduation program, have someone else take pictures. Just make sure that you give clear instructions on when and how to take pictures or better yet, have a professional do it. I'm still not over my failure to take a picture while Franz is given his diploma because I led him to the stairs to the stage and when I came back to my spot to take his picture, he already went down the stairs on the other side of the stage.
2. When that happens to you, when it's too late to take the picture, don't be shy to ask the people there to repeat giving the diploma so you can take a picture. I don't know why I didn't do that. You have every right to ask for that because that happens only once- your kid graduating from pre-school.
3. When your kid was given a damaged medal, ask for a replacement. I wasn't able to take a picture of Franz on the stage with his two medals because the other medal fell off.
That will be all for now. I am not promising that this will be my last post about graduations because I will post more when I see more lessons to be learned. ;)
Very Special Announcement
Congratulations to my cousin, Engr. Marie Antonette Fe M. Borja for passing the board exams. May you have many more blessing to come. We're all so proud of you. We love you! :)