Molly | Graduation.

There is too much for me to say about this wonderful human to condense into a blog post so I'm going to TRY to keep it short. Tomorrow (or today, or yesterday, or awhile ago depending on when you're reading this), this girl is graduating high school!! WOWW I can't believe time has flown by so quickly. My relationship / friendship / big-sistership with Molly began when I was a senior in high school and a student leader for Young Life. Molly was a freshman and I immediately knew she and I were going to be spending A LOT of time together in the near and far ahead future. Long story short, our relationship began as a student-leader relationship and has grown into so much more than that. Now, looking at us you wouldn't even know who is older (unfortunately now I'M the short one). Molly is approximately 15 hours away from not only graduating high school, but graduating Princess Bootcamp too (molly knows). Lets be honest, what is the bigger accomplishment here?

Anyway, back to being a proud mom/big sis/leader/friend ...

Dear Molly,

I am so extraordinarily proud of the sensational woman you are becoming. I have been and will continue to be so blessed to know such a wild, bold, and passionate human. You have taught me so much about what it looks like to be confident in yourself and bold in your passions. You have such a creative soul and a kind heart (seriously, that magical, sparkly, lake/ocean gift you made me for my birthday in ceramics is stellar). It makes me so happy to have been a part of your life these past 4 years and to have made so many priceless memories with you. You are so joyfully yourself and I think that is something that so many people struggle with. You have such a gift of making people feel at home and giving people a sense of belonging no matter how much you have in common with them.  I can't put into words how much you mean to me and you bet I'm gonna scream the LOUDEST when your name gets called tomorrow. 

Congratulations little sis #2!

Love you to pieces,

Aysia xo

 
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