Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Today Anne-Sophie finished her exams, and finally she could get the white and bordeaux-red hat on her head. She is so happy and reliefed (but also very tired. The last 1½ month has been really hard on her - so no more studying for her for a while).
She has been so luckily to be celebrated by dear family and friends today - it really is heartwarming that so many people thought of her on her special day.
Anne-Sophie has made such a great result, and her very fine grade point average has given her a wide range of options in the future. Her choice of higher education can easily be fulfilled and if all turns out as expected, she will start on architecture school when the summer is over. That really makes me happy on her behalf. Happy that she can choose her future education with her heart, and that she can go the way she wanted the most. . .
But for now she is going to be celebrated - and the next couple of days she will celebrate along with her fellow students. In Denmark it's a tradition that one's class visit each student's family, and all the visits are made in one day. On Thursday we have the pleasure of seing them in our home - I know by experince that this day is rather hard. With all that food and drinks they are presented to in every home.
Then it's graduation on Friday (early in the morning - poor students!) and on Saturday another little party for her family and friends.
After all that it's finally time for Anne-Sophie to enjoy her summer holidays. She has definitely deserved every minute. . .