It's hard to believe we've finally reached that light at the end of the tunnel! Part of me is sad to leave the student life behind. There is such a camaraderie with other student families and it's kind of fun to be poor and to really appreciate all the little (and big) things that happen. I am extremely proud of Nathan. He has always worked SO hard. In Tucson when he was getting his undergrad in business management and getting in the credits he needed for dental school he would ride his bike to work at Wells Fargo in the morning and then go to school for the afternoon and then come home, eat dinner, and then often would be studying for the rest of the night. Especially as we got closer to dental school and he began preparing for the D.A.T. In dental school he spent countless hours studying for tests and boards and still made time for our family. He always helped with dinner clean up and played with the kids and helped me get them ready for bed even after coming home from a long day at school and gearing up for a late night of studying. I remember when he started dental school - graduation seemed so far away! But it came and went and now he's graduated this one more time and I just have to say: BRAVO Nathan! You are one amazing man and I am so lucky to have gotten to join you for this ride!