We all got up super early Saturday morning after a really late night of working on party preparations. Jessica had to be at the school around 6:45 and Scott was driving his parents so they left first and then the other two kids and I left not too long after seven with my parents following behind us.
We actually got a great parking spot and a seat in the shady side of the stadium. I'm glad we brought cushions to sit on because we sat there for awhile.
Entertaining ourselves. Scott's Dad, My (step) Dad, Trevor, Mom, and me thinking I wasn't in the picture.
Hilarious picture of Trevor, my Mom, Me and Scott
Scott's parents. It was windy so we all look awesome with our hair blowing around!
Oh look! They are coming out!!
She's in the 5th row, on the far side. Can you find her? Yeah me neither.
Lining up for their diplomas
The ceremony went pretty quickly, only took an hour and half. I think the longest part was when they had a Hispanic student come up and give a speech and the whole thing was in Spanish. Ummm hello? We all speak English here? I could see if she did part in Spanish and part in English but she didn't and we were all left in the dark as to what she was saying. I think that was pretty rude.
After the kids all got their diplomas and the ceremony was pretty much over they all lined up and took a victory walk around the field. Amazingly I found her!
Then I lost EVERYONE. Finally found each other again after ten minutes. All graduated!
Proud parents! I think I'm leaning over because I had 4 waters in my purse..
My parents with Jess
Scott's parents with Jess
Then I walked around behind her taking pictures of her with some of her classmates. Scott took his parents home and I went over there for a few minutes and then it was off for home to finish getting ready for the party.