Monday, May 23, 2016

I'm Still Not Ready for Graduation, But I've Been Syndicated!

It's now less than two weeks until my son's high school graduation.  I got a few more things crossed off my list this week. The announcements are being delivered and the guest room is ready. But there is still a lot to do. I need to get busy!


Something pretty exciting has come from my pre-graduation checklist, though. The post I wrote about it has been syndicated by the online magazine BonBon Break and it is published on their website today. 

I hope you'll head over to BonBon Break today and see it there. I'd appreciate it if you'd leave a comment there or share the article. I'd love it if BonBon Break realizes they are getting a little bit of traffic to their site from me. 

While at BonBon Break, be sure to take a look around.  They publish so many really interesting and well-written articles, it's hard to decide which one to read first.  Then, I hope you'll come back here and tell me what you think.

Here's the link to where you can find my article on their site: 

http://www.bonbonbreak.com/things-to-do-senior-graduates/#.V0MEQMdH0xc

Thank you for reading, and for clicking through, commenting and sharing!

Do you know anyone graduating from high school or college this year?

Had you ever visited or heard of Bonbon Break before?

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8 comments :

  1. Huge congratulations.
    Where to next?

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    1. Thanks EC ... next will probably be a post on my blog here :)

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  2. I like those "Celebrate" stamps!
    Did you have them specially made? I don't think I've ever seen such stamps here in Aus.

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    1. I did not have them specially made, River. Most US post offices have them in stock, and lots of people use them for party invites, weddings announcements and other special events.

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  3. So happy for you Susan! Heading over to leave a comment!

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    1. I saw your comment there - thank you, Lana!

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  4. That's wonderful Susan! It's always nice to feel you're appreciated and your blogging can be shared around a bit more :)

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  5. It seems you were excited by your son's graduation much mora than he:)
    Hoewever it's not the most difficlut period in his life, I guess. In a few years he will need a fantastic dissertation defense advice, so that will be an occasion to worry

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