Saturday, June 19, 2010

Congratulations, NKHS Class of 2010!

Get it? The scoreboard shows 20-10.
They did it - they lined up and waited, and filed in two-by-two. 
David stood up to be recognized as an honor graduate (far left, middle row, silver tassel),
 
filed out to line up again (past the photographer) and walked across that stage,
shook hands, and received his diploma...
then walked back, sat down, and saw his friends (here is Johanna) get their diplomas.
He threw his cap in the air with the others
and then we congregated to congratulate him and his friends.
Now they're off for a chaperoned, all-night, grad party-cruise.
Congratulations,
N.K.H.S Class of 2010!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats David! And Karen - that's such a cute cardi!

Irene x

unbashedjoy said...

Oh, what a happy day! Congratulations David, Karen & Gregg!!

Daisy said...

Congratulations to David and friends!! woo hoo!

And to the proud parents, of course!

Mich

Tracey Axnick said...

How awesome! Congratulations, David! Even though it's been 25 years, I remember that awesome, heady feeling.... your entire future stretches before you like a vast plain of possibility! (And it IS!)

(And congrats Karen and Gregg... a job well done!) :)

Busy Bee Suz said...

Congrats to David and the rest of his class!!!
I hope they had a blast on the all night cruise.

ChiTown Girl said...

Congratulations, David!!!!

Cassandra said...

Looks like a very nice ceremony in a beautiful setting. Congratulations to all!! How big is his graduating class?

Elizabeth said...

Congratulations to all of you!

karen gerstenberger said...

Thank you all for the well-wishes to our grad.
Irene - thank you. It's from Talbots, one of my favorite stores for "classic" clothes.
Cassandra, it was the largest class in years - 370 students! We were very fortunate that it didn't rain.

Karen said...

Thanks for letting us tag along to graduation. Now that I know you Gbergers, it's such a treat to see David's story unfold. You've got a big smile on your face but I couldn't help but think what a happy/sad day graduation is for parents! It's so hard to let go of one phase and move to the next, but we must. It's the way of life. Fortunately, it's almost completely, totally happy for the grads, though, and that's what makes it fun. Congrats to you all and please pat David on the back for a job very well done! Bravo to the class of 2010!

Mary Potts said...

Congratulations to David - to all of you on this great day! What a joyous event for all of you to celebrate. It was so much fun to look at the pictures of David through the years in your earlier post.

You guys done good!!!!