Today is graduation day for the institution of higher learnin' that I work for and many other schools in town. That means it tends to be a quiet happy day. We don't have service hours this evening so that employees can attend the graduation ceremony if they chose.
Rose Mofford, the governor at the time, was our keynote speakers. She was known for her huge beehive hairdo and go get 'im attitude. She started off by talking about the value of education and progressed into how education and perseverance gets you ahead. You know, like they all do.
Least this post go on and on I will share with you the lesson I've learned from all my bosses over the years (and I've had quite a number of them): You don't want to be the boss. That's what I've learned!
The Fine Print: Cards, cardstock, and toppers by Club Scrap "Spring Chorus," dimensional flower stickers by K&Co., butterfly sticker by Sue Walton.