Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Deja Vu?!!!

You may remember this time last year I posted HERE about Hubby’s graduation….well, yesterday we did it all again!! He is now a qualified teacher…yay!!

What is so funny is that all through the day (& apparently during his trip to China too….more on that to follow!) he was mistaken for a member of the university faculty!…one elderly lady even going so far as to say ‘Excuse me professor…’ I guess being a MATURE student has it’s advantages!!

IMG_7579 (3)So I had to just pop in & share a photo of the day…rain was forecast, heavy & all day…but from the minute we collected his cap & gown until we left the church (where the post- ceremony refreshments were served), the sun shone!!

He actually got home from China at midnight on Sunday, so considering he is still jet lagged he stayed awake through the whole thing very well!

He is at his new school today, getting to know his class for September & his way around the buildings! I know I’ve said it before…but it bears repeating…I am so very PROUD of his achievements over the past four years & he truly deserves all the success now coming his way!

Thanks for stopping by…& see you again soon! Open-mouthed smile


debs14 said...

He certainly does deserve it! How lovely that you got another ceremony to go to and the weather cooperated!

Denise said...

Well done him,he looks very Professor-ey in his cap and gown.It's a hard slog but so worth it.Congrats to him x

Ifa said...

Congrats to your hubby and to you for playing the supporting role.

karen said...

I'm so glad it stayed dry for you. I'm looking forward to hearing all about lee's trip to China.

scrappyjacky said...

I think I'd mistake him for a professor as well!!

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

My goodness...you must be SO proud of your hubby. What an amazing accomplishment. I'm so glad the weather cooperated for the big day.
Thanks for your well wishes on Emily's twins. We're so excited!!! : )

Maria Ontiveros said...

Love the colors in his robe - they really pop.

Lizzie said...

Well Done Mr Sandi! That's sooo impressive. I wish him much success and enjoyment in his new job.
He looks pretty good in that cap & gown too. Master's Degree next, perhaps?

Sian said...

Many many congratulations on what is a fabulous achievement! I know I've siad it before - but the world definitely needs more good teachers :)