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Monday, March 3, 2014

Kindergarten 2, Graduation Speech (3)




My dear parents,  . . ..  teachers,  .. . my fellow graduates,  .. .  friends, ... visitors and especially to our honored guests, David Howard  .. . “good morning”. 

        As flashback, . . .

-      it’s still fresh in my memory how “mama” woke me up every morning, telling me to prepare myself for school. 

-      it’s still fresh in my memory how “mama” assisted me  fixing myself and belongings for school.

-      it’s still fresh in my memory how my teacher taught us to write, sing and dance at school.

        It’s all nice to recall but those were over and gone  . . .  for another new day will come, .  . and more challenging to all of us graduates.  I look forward that there will still more wonderful things ahead in us in the coming years.

        So parents and teachers, thank you for all your endeavor . . .  for we made one step forward again in our life and we never forget you.


        THANK YOU and once again ‘‘good morning”.

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Sunday, March 2, 2014

"Kinder 2 Graduation Speech" (4)



To our distinguished guest of honor,  Prof.  Juan de la Cruz, my teachers, my fellow graduates, ladies and gentlemen “good morning”.

          Today is our momentous day, for it is our kindergarten graduation day. I know that this moment will happen once and there has no like this anymore in our lives ahead. We were been a “Kindergarten 2” and today we reap the fruits of our endeavor.  And . . . 
          “now  . . . I will greet you all my fellow graduates “congratulation” .  
-      congratulation to you, parents
-      congratulation to you, teachers
           . . .  who one way or in another  . . . . had guided and taught us during the days we were been in school.

          The diploma and garlands that will be given to us as graduates will not be just for us, but  . . . these will be for you too. 
         
          We, the graduates, . . . will never be graduated without you behind us. 
         
          We will never forget,  . . . the good deeds you have shared to us all through those days.