Wednesday, June 2, 2010

wildflower {wednesday}

You have brains in your head.
You have feet in your shoes.
You can steer yourself any direction you choose.
You’re on your own.
And you know what you know.
And YOU are the guy who’ll decide where to go.
~Dr. Seuss~

It's a busy day here
with graduation and all.

So before the day gets away from me...

and cause I'm thinking of a bunch of other stuff today,

Let's give away another
Wheat and {Wildfowers} gift certificate...
good towards any purchase from my store.

to be entered in my wildflower {wednesday} giveaway.

Leave me a comment.

Tell me a favorite graduation memory...

And it doesn't necessarily have to be about your graduation
or a high school graduation either.

How 'bout your son or daughter's kindergarten graduation?
Aren't those the best?

Any kind of graduation memory of someone you love.
Easy enough?

And later,
I promise, I'll share mine.
Cause it really is my favorite :)

The first twenty people to comment will receive an extra entry.

C'mon, tell your friends to stop by for a visit.

And to say hello.

As always,
Followers-one extra entry
Copy my button to your blog-another extra entry
Blog or facebook about this giveaway-another extra entry

That's five possible entries.

Entries will be accepted until Monday, June 7th at midnight MST.

A winner will be randomly drawn and announced on Tuesday!

Good luck.

And if you've won before, that's ok.

Enter again!

Thanks for sharing!
I love reading every single comment :)


  1. My favorite graduation memory is my husband's from college ... that meant he could propose and we could get married! ;)

    I'm a follower and have your button! Love your stuff, Kim!

  2. My favorite graduation memory just took place last night, watching my daughter graduate from 8th grade. We adopted her from China last summer and to see all that she accomplished this year was amazing and a moment I will not forget!

    And I'm a follower here too! :)

  3. Congratulations to the grad!!!

  4. My favorite graduations have been the pre-school and kindergarten ones! I have 6 kidos the oldest is going to be a senior this fall and the youngest will be starting kindergarten! It was bitter sweet to see my youngest graduate pre-school last week - I'm sure that I will be a total wreck this time next year!! Congrats to all the grads!!

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  5. It was so emotional watching our oldest son graduate from college with his engineering degree last summer, just weeks before he got married. We were so proud of him! Maybe even more so today!

  6. My graduation memory is when I walked on stage to get my college diploma. It was a very difficult course of study, in which very few people do it in the fours years, but I did it! I was extremely proud of myself and so happy to have my family there with me, literally cheering for me as I walked across the stage, (and even after they asked people not to do that!!)

    I am also a follower and you are on my blog!

  7. My favorite graduation memory was when my little brother graduated from high school. He had a genetic disease and was wheelchair bond. I will never forget his smile as he was wheeled across the stage to receive his diploma.

    I am a follower and have your button on my blog!

  8. I graduated from college when my first born daughter was two. It took me a little longer than normal to get through school, but I did it. I even went to school when I was pregnant with her. I was so exhausted at the end of it all that I held my diploma upside down in the graduation photo. The best part was seeing my sweet little girl and my husband cheering for me after they called my name. Their love and support meant much more to me than a college degree ever could.

    I am also a follower. :-)

  9. Of course, all of my children's graduations were great moments. A little emotional, but great. However, I have to say the funnest graduations were my preschool classes. I taught a couple of preschool classes each year for three years. The children participated in a program of singing, dancing, etc. Then they graduated even with the little graduation hats. It was such fun to see how show they were (even crying for a few weeks), not wanting to leave their mothers, and then how confident they had become. They were ready to go to 'real' school. I have always felt it was good for children to learn to perform or speak in front of others. What great memories!

  10. Love the little preschool graduations... when they are all dressed up, wearing their pint size caps, singing cute songs. In fact, I'm looking forward to another pre-school graduation in just one week! :)

    Thanks for the give-away! LOVE your things. I am also a follower.

  11. My fave grad memory is when I graduated from college. It was a brand, new fresh start in so many areas of my life, God is so good, all the time!