Tuesday, August 25, 2009

I wore it.

These smock things look good on NO.ONE. I look like a tent. but i guess it is tradition
An AMAZING gift from my AMAZING in-laws. LOVE them!!!
I left that thing off til the last possible second. And I even took my cap off during the ceremony. it was like 90 million degrees where the graduates had to wait. They had no AC in that area. What gives?
The crew. Thank you guys SO SO SO much for being so awesome and screaming so I felt really special. You guys are the best! How do you guys like my dad's mad flock of seagulls wings? :)
It has taken me WAY too long. and there was LOTS to learn. Especially out of the classroom; but it was an amazing (_) years. College was definitely my best schooling years. I'm especially grateful for the many amazing people I met along the way. GO COUGS! haha.

take note of my super cheesy thumbs-up for my picture. everyone started laughing. i couldn't help myself, i can't stand being all serious about it.
sorry I can't turn it. apparently every grad gets to ring the ole' bell. i was the only one there. who would pass that up? I maybe thought it was going to fall on me. yikes.


emily said...

ohhh congrats. the robes are awful, but very much part of the tradition you can't pass up.
go cougs... hehehe

cat+tadd said...

Congratu-freakin-lations! So proud!

Linds said...

i LOVE your little thumbs up. also you look super cute with and without of your gown!

Whitney Bonnett Taylor said...

congrats!!!!!! you did it! Now it's baby time!

Kayla R. said...

HOW EXCITING!!!! Hwy girl I love your BLOG:) lets be blogging buddies:) email me your email!!! so i can invite you!!

Kayla R. said...

kaylarawle@gmail.com...guess you cant email unless you have an email! HA HA HA

Carma said...

Congratulation Emily. It is a great accomplishment. We missed seeing you when Garrett came down while the Denters were here in St. George. Maybe next time.