grad•u•ate (n., adj., v. -at•ed, -at•ing)

“Time is not measured by the passing of years, but by what one does, what one feels and what one achieves.” Jawaharlal Nehru

On May 14th, in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception in South Orange, my mother-in-law, Betty, received her Master of Arts in Theology from Seton Hall University.  We all would have loved to have attended the graduation, however, there were only two tickets allotted per graduate. Al and Margaret devotedly represented the family.

Mom, we are so proud of you on this wonderful accomplishment. Thank you for setting a valuable example to the rest of us to never stop learning.

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7 Responses to grad•u•ate (n., adj., v. -at•ed, -at•ing)

  1. Margot P says:

    absolutely
    wonderful!

  2. Harry the Ghost says:

    They let anybody get a Masters these days!

  3. elizantinori@aol.com says:

    You’re all my inspiration. How blessed amI with such a family that loves me !! Mom/Nonna

  4. Betsy Antinori Mundell says:

    Betty, Betty, Betty. It’s a miracle! (quoth Vinny from 7th Street). Mom, you are truly miraculous.

  5. margaretdale says:

    It was really a beautiful ceremony. Al and I were so proud of Mom!

  6. Paul Carey says:

    Congrats Nonna!

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