Thursday, 24 June 2010

Congratulations to my Niece Mahima

Congratulations Mahima. We wish you a bright and happy future as you cross this important milestone of your life and move on to University. May God guide and bless you each step of the way. We are so proud of all your achievements. You are a beautiful gift to our family.
May you glorify God always as your name means. Mom and Dad will miss you

It will be good to have brother Ashish close by


You will make new friends but will miss your HS buddies
Happy Graduation Day June 25th 2010

Bright Future

Now that you’ve graduated
Nothing can stop you now.
You’ve worked hard to get your diploma;
It’s time to take a bow.
Congratulations graduate!
Your future looks strong and bright
.May you achieve the things you hope for
And have a life of sheer delight.
A Graduation Day Poem And Memories To Cherish

It’s a time for laughter, a time for tears, when graduates walk down the isle with memories of years. Everyone is dressed up in their tasseled caps and gowns. The audience, with interest, is looking around.

There are people here from all walks of life. The graduates’ spirits are in a state of blithe. Celebrate, guests, the graduates have lived through it all. With lots of hard work, they’ve still had a ball.

When will we graduate? In kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school, college, trade school, graduate school? Regardless where we come from, we have special memories floating around in our heads. Our first star Miss Brown put on our crayon drawing, or the pride of wearing a safety patrol badge. How about being nominated class president -- or earning a degree, completing a desired career program, getting a master’s degree.
All of these precious moments are significant life achievements that make us smile, cause us to tear up, and give us a sense of respect for who we are and what we have accomplished.
Some graduations mean more hard work and perseverance than others. But all of the occasions for graduation observance are invaluable times that will stay with us throughout our lives.
Observing graduations are very common throughout the world that we live. Holding and attending a commencement or graduation ceremony means so much to the family and friends of the honored graduate, because the guests have frequently worked with or supported the individual along the way.
Graduation cards and gifts are often given to the graduate to express the giver’s pride for the individual, and as a means of expressing congratulations. They wish the graduate well. It’s an applause, a cheer, a pat on the back, an expression of love and honor.
Graduation Day is also a time to be nervous, because of facing change. No more teachers? Maybe. No more books? Maybe. Perhaps a sense of relief is experienced, but there’s a bit of uncertainty waving in the horizon, as the graduate faces a new day coming with no anticipated structure in their lives. So what’s next? They may not know.
Kindergarten graduate, what’s new? Perhaps leaving home to attend a new strange school, which can be scary.
College graduate, what’s new? The uncertainty of what school they will be attending in what state could be filling their mind with anxiety.
Graduation Day is a time for pride, and uncertainty. It’s an observance that many plan to attend, because it is a day to remember.
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Terry said...

oh amrita!
what a beautiful girl.
sometimes i think that this is the sad thing about having children...i would be crying to have to say so long to them for a while..her dad and mom will have a big empty space in the house for sure.
oh she is so pretty amrita..a real lady!
praying that she will stay close to the lord in this new world that she is entering and that she will be protected.
so nice that she will have the lord and a brother to keep an eye on her, and that she will be covered with the prayers of her family and her friends and with the prayers of your invisible friends amrita..your sisters!!!!
love terry

ps her name "mahima" meand highness...just lovely, eh?

Felisol said...

Congratulations to the beautiful Mahima.
May the Lord bless and protect her.
From Felisol

madison said...

Very nice pic. Congratulations to your neice.

Gerry said...

What a beautiful photo of your niece and a nice send off from a caring aunt. I enjoyed seeing that you celebrate a graduation with about the same emotion and pride we do in the states, I guess it is like that the world over. And that is reassuring.

Amrita said...

Thank you Terry, Felisol, Maison and Gerry. Mahima is lovely and a very high achiever too.
I am so proud to tell that her big brother Ash by passed a promotion at the bank where he works so that he can be close to Mahima as she enters a new phase of her life, and we are sure God will bless him for this.
Mahima says thank you for the greetings.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Congratulation on your niece- Mahima on her graduation from High School. Soon she will enroll herself in college and will embark on a new and more adventurous voyage. May the Lord bless and guide her in her quest to finish school and secure a better opportunity in life. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

sarah said...

congrats and she's beautiful. Praying for her to have a bright and happy future.

Zimbabwe said...

Great congratulations for Mahima! She looks very wise and talented girl. I wish her all the best for her future! :)

Buttercup said...

Every happy wish for this beautiful young lady. I am not surprised at her success. She comes from a lovely family.

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello Amrita:)

My hearty congratulations to Mahima. I am sure she will have bright future.

While talking of graduation, I am sadly reminded of my own graduation when my mother gave me money to take a photo with the robe and certificate in hand. But in my happiness, I spent the money with my friends and didn't take the photo. It was a wonderful occasion to be remembered and now I feel sorry that I don't have a photo with the graduation dress.

Best wishes:)
Joseph