How did the time go by so fast? I've been asking myself that very question for the past month or so. If you have a child that just graduated from high school, college or vocational school, you've probably been saying the same thing.

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Even the smallest thing takes you back in time, whether it's a child hugging their parent's neck, hearing a young one talking to their dad, or a kid leaning in while sitting on their parent's lap. Nothing really prepares you for it.

You've probably heard that "life is but a vapor" and when it comes to your children, it goes by so very fast. When they were very young, you couldn't wait till they got older and now you wish you could go back in time.

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Fisher Sullivan

That's why we are encouraging you to send us pictures of your graduating child. It could be high school, elementary, or cooking school. You are proud of them and we want you to share your joy with us. Download our app and tap "Submit Photo/Video" on the menu.

Fisher Sullivan
Fisher Sullivan

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