Thursday, September 09, 2010

It's OFFICIAL!


You can finish the title of this post with "It's OFFICIAL!..."
  • ..."I'm conceited."
  • ..."I'm obsessed."
  • Or some other alternate that is similarly related.
I've been "celebrating" my graduation since I finished my stats class over a month ago. But I've also been checking Route Y nearly as often as I check my Facebook just to make sure they weren't going to revoke my degree... I don't know, I was really worried that something was going to come up and they were going to tell me that they weren't going to give me my diploma.
I think it is FINALLY safe to say that I'm officially done with school. Or until I decide I need to go back and get my teaching degree... but, I am a college graduate.

I know. You've all offered your congratulations a long time ago, so don't worry about making a big deal about this post. I'm going to have my own private celebration though. I really thought there was going to be a final hoop to jump through in order to make this happen, and I'm excited that that wasn't the case.

I don't think that when I get my diploma in the mail that I'll scan it and post a picture of it on my blog... then again... don't hold me to that...



Also, just for fun, search Google images for BYU Graduation and see how many pictures of graduates there are with 1) significant other or 2) they are pregnant or their significant other is pregnant or 3) a baby is pictured somewhere. There are a lot of graduates with babies.... sick. \

Er. I mean, good for them.

Since I didn't participate in any graduation ceremonies, I forewent getting pictures in a cap and gown anywhere traditional BYU grads get their picture taken. That's OK. I've imagined what I would look like in a cap and gown...and it isn't very flattering.

Still, I wanted to make sure my visual was correct, so I've included a picture of what would have happened had I graduated the traditional way, dressed really cute, had long hair and knew how to get onto the BYU soccer field in order to pose in semi-creative/cute poses. Whatever.


Who actually needs to participate in boring graduation ceremonies, when you have Photoshop on hand!?

3 comments:

  1. I may not have said it before, so I'll say it again. Woot! Wooty-woot-woo! I'm so happy for you. It's a great accomplishment.

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  2. haha... i wish i could photo shop things... it always looks fun. just like making kelsie a scrap book always looks fun... but NEVER gets done!

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  3. ha ha ha i love you, and your photoshop skills. Congrats!

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