Categories Uncategorized The Class of ’12 Flings Their Caps Into the Air Post author By John Scalzi Post date May 27, 2012 9 Comments on The Class of ’12 Flings Their Caps Into the Air Because, you know, high school. Done with. Somewhere in there is my niece. It was a good day for her and for the family. Share: By John Scalzi I enjoy pie. View Archive → ← Graduation Song → Planet JoCo Nears Its Climax 9 replies on “The Class of ’12 Flings Their Caps Into the Air” My son graduated Friday. :) Ah – high school graduation. Now the really hard part starts. Life. Right, because HS just wasn’t hard enough. *Eyeroll* Lif strand: for me life got easier, or at least a whole lot friendlier, after high school. Wish I was that age again, in spite of the tight job market and high cost of college. I’d join the Navy and let Uncle Sam send me on a world tour, while I learned a skill or three. I got to see the hat toss at West Point this year. An awesome sight. I got to see the hat toss at West Point this year. An awesome sight. Cool :) I got to see my cousin at her Air Force Academy graduation a few years ago, but it was too late in the year to hit the slopes :( I missed my own HS graduation because I went to summer school every year so I could graduate two years early (not as impressive as it sounds since I started first grade a year ahead of most) and I would have had to go back the following spring when I was already at college on the opposite coast which would have conflicted with the summer internship I took on. Actually, I skipped my college graduation too because, meh, I just wanted the diploma so I could get out into the business world and wasn’t too keen on paying for a black robe to wear in the LA summer heat. I’ll probably skip my graduate school graduation next year because most of my classmates are younger than me. Tipp City? Right colors, and that gym looks about right. Yup. Comments are closed.