Graduation Day is the happiest yet loneliest day especially to all mothers abroad like me who strive hard to get ahead on their child's education. Though I may not be physically present to be with them on this grand occasion, yet I am fulfilled to know that they are now one step higher towards their goals in life.
Graduation is an important milestone in every student life. As far as we are concerned, regardless of age, it is one's vision to look forward on this marvelous day. It is the beginning of a new journey.
This event confirmed the living miracle God has given into my life. To see my daughter Karith on stage which was once diagnosed to live just up to seven days six years ago.... is a miracle enough... To God be the glory! Miracle just come at the moment you would never expect to happen.
Of course I would also love to see my son Titus smiling as he takes his diploma on stage. Although I did not get to see them for the past five years I still owe great gratitude to the bountiful love and blessings from God. Titus has aged and become mature, strong and still like his brother Kairos.
Sometimes though, I am dreaming that if given a chance to be with them physically, I would hand in to Karith a Class Of 2010 Lanyard and Titus a 2010 Lightup Eye Glasses. Party would be another option but giving gifts is the best....