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This week we are celebrating our eldest child's graduation from secondary education. She finished her A Levels in January this year and is now looking forward to a gap year.
As she did her A Levels privately and sat the exams in two different centres (one in the UK in January and one in Florida last year), there is no formal pomp and ceremony for her to go to... Still, she did really well and should be rewarded for the time, energy and focus that she put into her studies (especially as she had offers to three universities).
She won't wear the graduation gown and cap (too cheesy, she shuddered), and she doesn't want graduation photos (until she gets her hair highlighted with bright blue streaks), so we have settled for taking her out for a lovely meal. She wants to be able to dress up, so the fast food chains are out (ha ha).
I know we will find a restaurant that will be suitably 'fancy', and we will take photos and I might even get emotional. I mean, graduation is about what you have achieved, and the window to the vast possibilities for the future. How exciting!