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Yesterday was my daughter’s Kindergarten graduation.  It was indeed a momentous occasion; however, it was a bit more special than we had thought.  Our daughter – who usually cannot keep a secret – sat poised and quite in her little cap and gown as she and her teachers surprised us all.  They announced the class had a valedictorian – someone who had been awarded the best reader award and the best speller award (by the State of California).  Then, Chloe was called up to read an entire book in front of everyone (~60 people, which is TOUGH for even some of my colleagues!)  She read flawlessly, and made me quite proud!

Sorry for the OT, but as a proud father, I want to tell random strangers J  I’m working on so many things right now, but will be posting some technical articles soon.  I promise!

Posted on Saturday, June 24, 2006 3:01 PM Personal | Back to top


Comments on this post: My Daughter, the Kindergarten Valedictorian

# re: My Daughter, the Kindergarten Valedictorian
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Well, remember that she's your DAUGHTER...
All the rest c# stuff is quite unusefulll... In her point of view your MAIN job is Father...

There are worse ones ;)

My congratulation to you and her both...
Left by Matteo G.P. Flora on Sep 11, 2006 10:36 AM

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Thanks for the kind words, Matteo! Indeed, often we get wrapped up in work and let things slip by; but believe me, after my trip here in India, I'm taking some long overdue time with the kids...

Cheers!
Left by skillet on Sep 11, 2006 3:44 PM

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With the kind of achievement, any parent would be proud of. - Nova Publishers
Left by Jervis on Feb 02, 2015 11:39 PM

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