Friday, May 15, 2009

Two down...

I have been inspired by MOTR whose blog celebrated the graduation AND job of her oldest daughter. 

My Ryan, (pictured with his long time, lovely girlfriend Jill,) is leaving and coming home for the last time- a graduate of Loyola University!  

We are so proud and relieved that he is FINALLY done. Hurricane Katrina didn't help and changing a major makes it an instant five year plan. But, he is done and because for now he is involved in film production- He has a project for the entire month of June. ( not sure if it is a commercial, video, or movie.)  I think he will end up being a gun for hire for awhile.
That's OK... as long as he is working!

11 comments:

Pink Martini said...

Congratulations! :)

Frau said...

Congrats Ryan so proud of your acomplishment!

Kim said...

what a gorgeous couple! congrats to your son!

Ronda said...

YEAH!!!! Congratulations Ryan! What a beautiful couple, and I can't get over how much you and Ryan look alike!
Now the real fun begins!
XOXO

t.t. millers said...

What a beautiful couple!! Congrats to you and your son!

Ina in Alaska said...

Congratulations to Ryan! I am sure this production will lead to more work!! Have a great summer, Ryan!! You are NOT a photo sabateur?

Toad said...

Congrats to your family. A friend of ours has a son in your sons grad class.

Your son and friend make a cute couple.

Mags said...

Congrats to your son Ryan!

preppyplayer said...

Thanks Pink!
You too Frau!
Kim- thanks
Ronda- thanks :)
Tami - thank you.
Ina, thanks and you are right, but he used to be...
Toad, Thank you and I hope your friend's son did not take five years :)
Thanks Mags!

Joyce said...

Yahoo.... Oh Patty I'm sure you are so proud of your handsome young man. They do make a beautiful couple. Isn't it wonderful to be able to watch all of your hard work payoff?

At first I thought he went to school in Chicago until I saw New Orleans. smile... xoxo

pve design said...

Somehow, as I stand just 2 short years away from my twins graduating from high school, I stand in awe of the next phase...and then the next phase...I think as parent's we all need to be 1 part cheerleader, 2 part player and 3 part band leader! It is like a game, one touch down after the next!
Wish your son all the best!