Today is the day for a little “Pomp and Circumstance”. Our youngest daughter, and last kiddo, graduates from high school today. Technically she finished her classes in December but opted to walk for graduation ceremonies with her classmates now in May. First this morning we have bachelaruette (I can’t figure out how to spell it sorry) services at church.
We have extra kids at home so we were scrambling to get things together. Hubby who worked in the field until 1:30 am and was back out to do chores at 5 am in an effort to get to church on time came in and I made him a breakfast sandwich. He went to take a shower and we had no water. I went to church with the kids while he tried a couple things that didn’t work. Now, the well guy and Hubby are trying to fix it.
We have a couple hours before we need to be at school so hopefully we’ll have water by then. If not, he’ll go to the neighbors to shower and his boss will come work with the well guy.
In the meantime, Kalissa is busy working on her hair and we’re trying to figure out what we can cook for lunch that needs no water.
I always thought that Kalissa’s graduation would be hard on me knowing that our last one will be leaving the nest but I’ve had the last five months to work on it and it hasn’t been bothering me. I am ready to be done with school faculty, school programs and school drama. I enjoyed it but am really comfortable seeing that chapter close.
I am glad that she decided to walk with her class though. It gives more of a finality to it all.
Congrats Kalissa! You made us proud!