My Brother Graduated!

It’s been over a year since we actually attended an event. With COVID and all, we were really being careful not to be in and out of places. Me and my brothers and sister really didn’t go anywhere. Dad went to work and Mom went for groceries. I think she did a lot of pick up so she didn’t have to go inside.

I know a lot of people miss seeing us but we have to be careful because of, well.. me. I have a brother with asthma who my mom & dad wanted to protect too. But, they really didn’t want me to get sick.

My biggest brother graduated college in May. We were happy it was outside because we really wanted to go. It was a 4 hour drive and for May, it was really chilly. I had my wheels and a new canopy thing to snap on the top. I was pretty fly for a kid in a wheelchair!

We had fun! On the way back home, we stopped and saw some family. We did the drive by thing though because we’re still social distancing but at least we stopped by.

This is a picture of us at the end of the program. We took our masks off just for the picture. Well, I never had on one.. I don’t like them, I won’t keep it on šŸ˜‹.

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