Personal Day - Graduation!

Meanwhile...back in the states, my second son graduated from BJU, in Greenville, SC, with a Master of Divinity - MDiv.  Some have affectionately called it "Master of Infinity" since it seems like it takes so long!

 

 

 

 

 

 

I also know that when your husband is in grad school, you, as a wife, make a lot of sacrifices.  So, here's Tim and his wife!

Congratulations to both of you as you start on the "rest of your life".

 

 
 I took this as a screen shot while sitting at my computer here in Poland - graduation was taking place in Greenville, SC. 

I took this as a screen shot while sitting at my computer here in Poland - graduation was taking place in Greenville, SC. 

 Steven Woodard, my twin sister's youngest son/child

Steven Woodard, my twin sister's youngest son/child

Also graduating were my nephew, Steven Woodard and our neighbor from here in Poland, Julia Sierpinska. Steven graduated with a degree in Biology and Julia, Elementary Education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two of my children and Julia, our neighbor from Poland, along with two of my twin's "children'.  They became like family to Julia during her stay in the states!

 From left - my daughter, Lydia, my son, Daniel, our neighbor from Poland, Julia Sierpinska, in the center, and my twin's second son, Peter, and my twin's daughter, Sarah.  

From left - my daughter, Lydia, my son, Daniel, our neighbor from Poland, Julia Sierpinska, in the center, and my twin's second son, Peter, and my twin's daughter, Sarah.  

 Julia Sierpinska, our neighbor from here in Poland. That red ribbon means she got almost straight A's.  Not a small accomplishment for anyone, but especially for someone who is studying as a non native speaker!

Julia Sierpinska, our neighbor from here in Poland. That red ribbon means she got almost straight A's.  Not a small accomplishment for anyone, but especially for someone who is studying as a non native speaker!

A special thanks to my twin sister who took all the pictures (except the screen shot, of course!).

While these young people are just beginning their lives, so to speak, wherever you are,today, have a great "First day of the rest of your life!"