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Graduation At UTP.... The Finale

ANOTHER EVENT COINCIDES WITH THE HOUSE RENOVATION... MY GIRL'S CONVOCATION!  *This is the segment to my previous post written in a hurry*

Guess I have wrongly timed my schedule, one month is not enough for the house to be completed in time.  Cleaning up the whole house took a few long days!  The problem was I could not get hired help from the agency by the time my contractor finished the works, but thankfully, the husband-wife couple offered to help me clean up the house before the convocation.... Phew... that is a Big Relief.. and in one whole day, my house was more or less "sleep-able" ... The rest are minor clean-ups.. they will have to wait...

Coming back to the convocation, my girl has finally and officially graduated after five years of sweat and tears.  And now I can really sit back and relax while she works day after day!  LOL... Her graduation ceremony was in the afternoon, thank goodness and we did not have to rush during the wee hours in the morning. 
Even Pooh the Bear is happily relaxing at the back of our car....
Her graduation flowers... 
Thanks to my talented friend who made these FOC for her!
And upon entering to the academic hall....
And the proud family were seated... 
The graduates came marching in... 
And we managed to "locate" her... after some time... 
She was just seated below where we were..... HI!
When it was her turn to go up, video and photos were taken endlessly... 
And now I could not find them! 
And more pictures were taken when it ended... 
This is the only picture I could retrieve at this moment... 
Well done, Girl.. 
Finally your studies are over.. now you are entering another phase of life...
May God continues to direct your paths to where He wants you to be...
And the Photo Shooting continues with Jet Fynn....
Everyone have a fun session with the Pro himself... 


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  1. congrats to your girl.. such a proud family moment.

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  2. Claire, congratulations to your girl. You're such a proud mama. All your kids doing very well. Now, you can goyang kaki already liao. haha.....
    Blessings, Kristy

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    1. hahaha.. Thank you Kristy... must goyang to reduce weight.. hahaa

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  3. Congrats to your girl. All the best in her future undertaking.

    Yup. Mummy can relax and enjoy life while kids earn and give you money to spend. Hehe.

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    1. Thank you Rose... as long as they are happy and healthy..

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  4. Congrats to your daughter! Good that everyone made an effort to be there for her on her big day!

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  5. Yes, I do see her in the crowd!! How special...please congratulate her for me! The academic hall is huge! So what did she major in, and what kind of job does she want? These are pictures you will treasure forever!

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    1. Thank you Ginny! I hope she will adjust well to her working life from now on..

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  6. Congrats to your girl and also to the proud mother! Now you can relax and enjoy your life!

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  7. Congratulations! Well done to your girl. All the best to her in her new working life.

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  8. Andy didn't bring his other half along to share the joy kah? The older one still free and single. Hmmmm....will not be surprised if I hear your girl is going to tie the knot first. Quick! Quick! Invite me, ya!!! :D

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    1. hahahaa.. You are always on the look out!! Will let you know!

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  9. Congratulations to your daughter!!!! What a beautiful family you have there :)

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