Saturday, January 3, 2009


And here it is, proof that I actually AM a college grad! Enjoy! :)

Ted Constant Convocation Center. Would you believe that this is the first time I've been there? I walk past it every day, but I haven't been to any games or concerts there. Blasphemy, I know. What can I say? I have too much studying to do, I guess.

Walking into the stadium

Finding our seats

Waiting for my name to be called.

Walking down the steps, after receiving my cheap piece of paper, scotch-taped shut and wrapped with cheap wrapping paper ribbon.

Paisley was so good during the whole thing.

The recessional. They had already stopped the music by the time we left our seats.

Me and my friend Anais, she came to my graduation!!

Me and Kate. I'm so glad she was there. :)

Matt had to throw this one in of my red hair.

Don't let the sunshine deceive you. It was COLD out there. Kate was kind enough to let me borrow her gloves. She was a lifesaver, seriously.

Anyways, sorry it took so long to get these posted. But unless you were in doubt, it really did happen. :)


  1. i was there! i was there! wait, i guess there is proof. and when you said i was a lifesaver for giving you my gloves, there is no proof of that! :( i AM the one wearing the gloves in the picture! ;)
    it was actually FUN going to your graduation. i'm glad i could have been there. :)

  2. Wish I had been there! For our Helm family, you make Number 6 to graduate. Let's hope we can all make it to more. I am proud of you. Love.....Mom

  3. Congratulations!!! I'm not going to lie, I am a little jealous! But that'll be me one of these days. That is awesome that you graduated!!! Wahoo!! Good job! It's good to know that all that hard work will one day pay off!! Good luck with everything!

  4. Hey, I can't believe that ISU actually has something up on ODU. We recieved actual diploma holders, of course they had the cheap piece of paper scotch-taped inside, but hey, I at least had something tangible to bring home that day. Go figure!!

    On a positive note, congrats. I never doubted you would graduate. It is a great accomplishment. Now get your butt back in gear and get that Masters.
    Love ya, little sis.