128. What do you remember about your graduation? Which graduation was it? High school? College?
129. What is the best school course you took as an adult? What did you like about it?
130. What was one of the most challenging assignments you have ever had - for work or school? Why was it difficult? What did you learn from it?
131. Do you have a special memory about a Mother’s Day? Why does it stand out in your mind?
132. What has been the your favorite Mother’s Day gift that you have ever given or received?
133. Have you ever been to a street festival? What was the festival for? Where were you? Why did you attend?
134. What has been surprising news told to you by a relative? What was the setting? Why was the news surprising?
My high school graduation took place in a church. I was one of 11 students in my senior class. Our robes and mortarboards were green. My grandmother had fallen and broken her leg, and was not able to attend. After the ceremony, I drove to visit my grandmother in the hospital with my sister and cousin - and got into a car accident right outside of the hospital! No one was injured, but what a way to end the day!
The morning of my college graduation, I had spent the night with my best friends. We woke up that morning and went to get pedicures - not really thinking anything about the time. I was graduating at 2:00 in the afternoon and felt like I had all of the time in the world.
My grandmother was not feeling well, and she wasn't able to attend my ceremony. Her name was "Doris" but she went by "Dot."
I wore red Jessica Simpson's - and they didn't really fit me very comfortably. I certainly couldn't go anywhere fast. The gentleman sitting to my left (you can see his head in the picture) was kind enough to walk slowly in front of me so that I wasn't left behind. All in all, it was a great ceremony. What do you remember about yours?