Watching your children prosper and accomplish their dreams is definitely the best feeling a parent could ever experience. That is what makes me a proud momma!!

Being able to see your children prosper and accomplish their dreams is definitely the best feeling a parent could ever experience. I was so proud to see my daughter get accepted into the school of her dreams, SCAD to obtain a Bachelors in Graphic Design. First came the application process, then the wait, and finally the acceptance news!! Congratulations little one, you did it!!

PoetterHall, Exterior – Summer 2014 – Photography by Timothy Hutto, courtesy of SCAD

SCAD, Savannah College of Arts and Design is a private nonprofit university with locations in Savannah, Georgia; Atlanta, Georgia; Hong Kong; and Lacoste, France. The university was founded in 1978 and enrolls over 11000 students from across the US and furthermore from around the world. It is definitely the university to consider if majoring in Art. It would make anyone proud to be an alumni of this university.

First and foremost it was an honor for me as a parent to see my youngest graduate from High School. After my first and second born accomplished you always wonder if the third will follow in their footsteps. I can proudly say that all my children have obtained their Associates Degrees and are working on their Bachelors Degree.

My youngest however has consequently become an entrepreneur. She opened an online boutique a year after graduation and I am proud to say it’s coming along. She’s constantly working on her site and making sure her customers are happy and satisfied. She’s always searching for the next new design from her list of top designers. It seems like the opportunity for her to be able to have her own boutique and be her own boss definitely gives her the motivation to keep her boutique looking nothing less than amazing. In conclusion I absolutely love what she does and the patience she has to do it all. She is blessed to have come so far at such a young age and I totally applaud her for it.

Feel free to visit her website http://www.bohobumisland.com you never know what you will find. 🙂

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