Today I have a guest blogger.
Guest blogger Bo:
First I want to congratulate my nephew Tom Keoboupha for his success. Tom is the middle of 3 boys and I heard so much from my oldest sister of how smart he is. I was impressed with his speech and proud that he was the President of the Senior Class and graduated with honors.
Photographed by Bo
Congratulations Tom! Now you are on your way, reach out your arms, spread those wings, and off…live each day to the fullest. Time will not roll back its hand, so do not waste it. Carpe diem! Follow your dreams. We are happy for you, and many blessings on your ways.
Congrats Tom, you’re walking the path of an adult now and wish you much success in the near future. 🙂
Nye – I guess Tom is a younger brother to Ross? Always nice to see and hear good things about laotian youth. Congrats to Tom and his family.
seeharhed, he is Ross younger brother. He’s going to ECU this fall and his parents and grandparents are very proud of him. Can you tell by the photos? 🙂
Congrats Tom!!! Tom can do so much more now that he’s officially an adult on his own in college!!!
I remember the day I had graduated, that was 6 years ago, it’s hard to think back that far!!!!
mozemoua, don’t even go there, I feel so ancient! I found my HS picture, I might post that for you to see. 🙂
Congratulations to Tom and his family.
Thanks Kim for your kind wishes.
Congrats to Tom and the class of 2010!
Congrats also to his parents for raising such fine boys.
His future will be so bright, he’s going to need shades. That’s what they like to say to graduates in California. JK. 🙂
Cambree, in NC we have Carolina blue sky, I guess he’ll be needing shades also. 😉
Thanks for the wish, I’m sure he is smiling right now. 🙂
Congratulations to Tom and your whole family!! What a joy to see such a successful end to your high school years, Tom! College will be even greater! Best wishes! We hope to see you in July in N. C. Blessings!
Thanks so much for your kind wishes and we’re looking forward to seeing you soon.
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