This will only be short and quick. I’ve cried a lot watching you march on stage. And I cried some more before I sleep. If I make this message long, surely I would cry again.
Our third graduate
So to you our third, our Big Bunso-
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Dan Gable, freestyle wrestler and Olympic gold medalist
That was us on stage. On your graduation day. And you not only gave your parents a diploma. You gifted us with gold medals as a sign of your excellence and diligence in class. We couldn’t ask for more.
Soar high in the direction of what will give you happiness. Do not limit yourself. Remember that you can go as far as your mind and heart let you. And should you be uncertain of things, you may ask for my hand. Or again, as you’ve always said, opt for happiness and you will never go wrong.
I love you dearly.
You rock! That Most Outstanding Student in Mathematics recognition is consistently saying you should consider a career in Engineering or Accountancy. But when I heard you talk in front of the faculty, parents, and your fellow graduates, a career in Journalism is something you may want to give a chance.
I can’t help it, I’m so proud of you.