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Sunday, May 17, 2020

Recent Reflections - May 2020: My Son's Graduation

This is the fifth Recent Reflections post of 2020.  Recent Reflections goes live the third Friday or Saturday of each month.  {Sorry it is late this month - last week was a crazy week!}  Each Recent Reflections post covers something that I'm reflecting on.  If you'd like to share a post with a similar theme, feel free to leave a comment with a link to your post, and I'll hop on over and leave a comment (and maybe some other readers will, too).

This month, I will be reflecting on my son's graduation.

When this school year started, I envisioned the end of the school year going much differently for my Senior.  We had plans for a nice open house with food and guests, a decent size crowd coming to his graduation, and lots and lots of extended family time.  Then COVID-19 hit, and all those plans changed.

We won't be having the grand open house or graduation, but we will still be having a version of them that are safe - drive-by open house and online streaming for the graduation.  We will be celebrating his accomplishments, even if that celebrating looks a bit different.

We are so very proud of you!  You've worked so hard and accomplished so much.  I know that the celebration we are doing is not the celebration you or I envisioned, but I hope you will find it just as special, if not even more special!  Love you, son, and we can't wait to see what the Lord has in store for you in the years to come!

To all the other Seniors out there, congratulations!  I wish you all the best, and hope that you've found a {safe} way to celebrate all your accomplishments despite COVID-19.  Way to go, Class of 2020!

I truly hope this post has been a help to you, or at the least made you stop and think a little.

Maybe you want to share something in comments that God has done in your life recently to bless you as a means to be an encouragement to others during these trying and difficult times?  Feel free to do so.  Positivity and blessings are always welcome!  

What are you reflecting on?

Have a wonderful weekend!

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