Emma's done with high school. She turns in her laptop today and even though she's not attending any of the graduation ceremonies, I made her put on her cap and gown and pose for a photoshoot.
I regularly tell Emma how proud I am of how she made it through high school, especially during a pandemic. She's already doing all her college prep activities, looking through classes, and generally being responsible. It's cool to watch it in action.
5/29/2021 posted by Adam
Emma decided that becoming an adult was a bit too much, so it's seventeen again for her. She picked out a Sweet Life cake and we piled presents around her, followed by an evening of going through my old yearbooks to contrast my high school graduation with hers.
Emma made it through the pandemic relatively unscathed and she's ready to go to the U of O in the fall. High school is essentially wrapped up with the last AP test, so she's trying to figure out what to do for the summer. Hopefully it's the last weird one before a relatively normal fall.
4/25/2021 posted by Adam
Emma and I had a photoshoot this morning, getting something ready for her senior picture. The one in front of the azaleas was the best looking, but I was fond of the cabbage background myself.
4/19/2021 posted by Adam
I took Emma down to get her first COVID shot. It was at the WOW Hall, which normally does a lot of concerts, so it was way cooler than Walgreens where I got mine. The live band was nice, as were the bleachers and general ambiance. They seemed more organized than Walgreens, with a timer for the 15 minute wait. Mine was a chair in the store and it was up to us to leave after 15 minutes, or I guess gasp for air and stumble to the nearest employee.