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A Proud Mummy Moment

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One of my proudest moment as a parent was when each of my children was born.  Both of my children have made me equally proud.  Today is a very special day for me.  My darling daughter at the age of 20 years old, has graduated from University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology with High Distinctions.  This was no easy feat as she moved out at 17 years of age, worked full time, paid rent and bills while completing her full-time degree.  Not only is she beautiful, pure of heart but extremely smart!!!

Please join me in congratulating her!

 

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  1. Proud Mummy moments make this world a better place. A mother feeling proud, and her daughter feeling loved and supported – this is the good stuff in life and thank you so much for sharing the good news. Peace, Harlon

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