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Bari graduated.

The ceremony was cool, including inflatable beach balls and an inflatable shark passed and bounced over the heads of the graduates. I don't have a zoom powerful enough on my little camera, but plenty of others do, and we'll get those pictures later.

The after-graduation party was great. Here's me and my tribe.

That's Bari on the far right.

Relatives from all over attended, and it was wonderful to see them again. My ex-father-in-law and I get along well, and we were laughing it up by the grill while we tried to get enough food cooked for everyone. He's a really good guy.

Later, we did a bunch stuff together. Here's Nick on a piggy back ride with me. That's his girlfriend, Ali, with Austin on her shoulders behind us.

And Bari's friends showed up and stayed for food and laughs.

It was a good day. Next stop for her: adulthood.

For about a week, I've been mulling over her life and her future. And with everything happening, I haven't emailed or blogged much, as you might know if you read this site often.

In two months, she leaves. Wow...


Tags: bari | my life
by Brett Rogers, 5/31/2005 7:18:33 PM





Posted by sarah (, 7/17/2007 8:25:39 PM

this is not nick jonas I ASKED 4 NICK JONAS



Posted by alazaay (nick jonas), 8/8/2007 6:32:03 PM

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