Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Pomp + Circumstance ???

pomp [pɒmp]
1. stately or magnificent display; ceremonial splendor
2. vain display, esp of dignity or importance
3. Obsolete a procession or pageant
[from Old French pompe, from Latin pompa procession, from Greek pompē; related to Greek pompein to send]


Splendor?   Dignity?  Stately?        Not a chance.

 This preschool graduation ceremony was more like
ROMP and Circumstance!

 Ellie the preschool graduate!


Thus ends a decade and a half of mothering babies, toddlers, and preschoolers...



Valerie H. said...

Better not let Gordon Pont the High School graduate see this or he will feel cheated. Looks like they had a blast.

alexandra said...

That's a great shot of Ellie on the slip 'n slide!

JenJ said...

Wow, that is quite an accomplishment, to finish off the last preschooler!!! And you do SUCH a fabulous job at it too!

Mirien said...

Romp and Circumstance--that's more like it!

Steve-Rosanna said...

CONGRATS sweet Ellie-belly!! The first step in a long line of educational pursuits...

Love, Grandpa-Grandma

Honey Mommy said...

That looks like my kind of graduation! How fun!

Deanne said...

So sad that we missed it. Looks like a lot of fun!

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