I had a very significant mission to accomplish today, which was to attend my bestie's graduation held in the K.J. Stapleton Stadium, Clive Berghofer Recreation Centre of the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). The ceremony started at 10 a.m. and thus, I woke up few hours earlier just to wash and blow-dry my hair, and to get myself dressed up with some light make-up on.
Flowers ☑, pressie ☑, camera ☑, and we were good to go!!!
The first thing we did as soon as we entered the graduation hall was to search for our friend's name on the graduation booklet. I found it on page 16, one of the last few pages. We waited patiently for her name to be called and finally...
Shaine was called and walked down the stage smiling so happily with her certificate. Congratulations, babe! ❤
Flower bouquet from us. As sweet and pretty as the person who was holding it.
Family portrait with her sissy and mommy.
With me and my BB.
Then Vera rushed in feeling all nervous and shaking.
The story is, there was this little miscommunication happened when we were text-ing each other couple of days ago. I didn't even notice until I text-ed her again this morning, asking if she was coming. I could have / should have seen it but I guess my eyes were just playing tricks on me that time. I'm so sorry, girl... Thank goodness you made it just in time!
What most of graduands would do after graduation ceremony is to come here at the Japanese Garden for some photo-shooting. Hence, a photo-shooting session it is that shall begin now.
Reunion of three of us girls after more than a year of separation.
One more, please!
Resting with my sore feet. I'm sure you know why ;p
Mr. Choo came and joined us too!!! That rhymes xD
It ain't easy posing under this tree with stinging leaves.
Paying attention on Shaine's mom while she was giving us ideas on how to pose. Thanks aunty for being so kind and helpful all the time *hugs*
I know, I looked kinda funny with a maple leaf on my head.