No matter how far you go, you know the way home. You will falter, fail and flail. I love you more than I could ever express.
Today is the first day of the best of your life. On the night you were born, you were screaming so much that the nurses insisted on taking you to the nursery so I could rest a little.
It should be easy. Treat your body with respect. You and your brother are worth more to me than anything. I cross all bridges with joy and ease. If in any way you are abused and abandoned, beaten and tortured, please, my child, come home to me, I will receive you with open arms, in the unending love I have for you.
My faith in God is the very ground I stand on, and being part of a faith community has made all the difference to this family. I love you more than I could ever express.
All education is religious education. Remember walking into those bright, spacious classrooms for the first time.
Today, as you take ride off on another kind of journey, with your refined determination, this is my advice to you. And I want that for you.
Never let your qualifications, status or fame make you a person too proud to acknowledge that you are gifted by God through our Lord Jesus Christ. The universe wants to be sure you are ready. What I can tell you is this; just do-- simple, not always easy.
The intention was to use the parking lot as a wide open space. Just like her mother, she really is going to be just as beautiful as you say she is.
Rest your troubles in the Lord and never give up. They are nervous, too. About love and marriage: Your Grandmother Zambito was famous for writing notes like this one and of all the ones she wrote to me, the one at college graduation means the most.
He has feelings, too. For you, my incredibly amazing, magnificent and beautiful daughter on her graduation from High School, I give this ‘Letter to My Daughter on Her Graduation.’ It was. Leslie Means. Leslie is the co-founder and owner of Her View From tsfutbol.com She is also a former news anchor, published children’s book author, weekly.
Oeland begins the letter by congratulating his daughter on her great accomplishment and then reminds her of the sweet memories they share from her years in the school. He tells her the primary reason why he and his wife decided to enroll Katie in a Christian school.
This letter was Beautifully written, i could feel both the Love and Pride as a Parent.I would like to say firstly, Congratulations on your job as parents well done., second; thanks for sharing this, it has inspired me to try and write my own letter to my Daughter.
A Letter to my Daughter, Upon her Graduation from Christian School. A reminder that you are the masterwork of a majestic Creator by Glenn Oeland. May 11 th Dear Katie, Graduation Day at last!
Congratulations! Bravo! Well done! Hurrah! Wahooooo! I'm so. We’re Moms Too: A Letter to My Daughter, the High School Graduate September 21, by Step2 0 0 0 0 2.
Written by Rose as part of the We’re Moms Too series. I am a mom of a beautiful 18 year old daughter who has graduated high school/culinary and will be attending college next spring.Writing a graduation letter to my daughter