Yesterday, my son and 103 other young men graduated from St. Augustine High School. I can’t believe those 18 years have flown by so fast. As I watched my first born receive his diploma, I was beyond proud…I couldn’t feel anything more than extremely blessed.
Blessed to be able to witness 104 young, beautiful black males receive their high school diploma…and my son was among them. In this day and age when there is so much to distract them from their studies, they kept their game tight and did what they had to do to get that diploma.
The first true milestone in one’s life.
My brother (The Oracle) and nephew (Oracle 2) flew in from Spokane to attend the graduation.It was a milestone for him as well because, my son was only 2 weeks old when we attended his high school graduation from McDonald 35 (three-five, three-five.) He’s come full circle now…ya getting old bruh 🙂
The graduation was a magnificent, solemn event that took place at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Tulane Ave. After the graduation, we did what all New Orleanians do…we went to eat! Deanies in Bucktown was the graduate’s choice and let me tell ya…we had NO RESERVATIONS about eating the seafood!
I would write more but, in this case…a picture really does paint a thousand words.
Congratulations to my beloved Purple Knight and to the rest of the 2010 class!
JOB WELL DONE!
*sigh* seems like only yesterday, he was like this.