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ABC's of world history

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BC: "Graduation is only a concept. In real life every day you graduate. Graduation is a process that goes on until the last day of your life. If you can grasp that, you'll make a difference." Arie Pencovici Best of luck, Brittany!

FC: ABC's of World History Junger-2nd hour Brianna Sell

1: Albert einsten- born on march 14, 1879. he was a german-american. He wrote a paper in,1905 it was about the Brownian motion, he got a nobel prize in 1921 for the quantum explanation of the photoelectric effect. He founded gravity

2: Graduation was long and hot. But seeing you walk across the stage was well worth it.

4: The heat didn't seem to keep you from smiling.

6: FINALLY!

7: "The fireworks begin today. Each diploma is a lighted match, each one of you is a fuse." Ed Koch

9: Brittany with Nan.

11: "Graduation is a time of completion, of finishing, of an ending, however, it is also a time of celebration of achievement and a beginning for the new graduate." Catherine Pulsifer

12: I was happy to share this day with you. I know not what the future holds for you but I do know that it will be whatever it is that you make it.

13: Sisterhood is a bond that cannot be broken by time or distance. Like wine, your bond will grow stronger over time.

15: After graduation, everyone came back to the house to have some of Mom's cake. | "Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine." Anthony J. D'Angelo

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