Monday, June 6, 2011

Bursting With Pride

My anonymity is very important to me, and I go to great lengths to protect it. My real life friends do not know I have a blog, and my blog friends know me only as Mystery Woman.

So when something significant happens in my life, something that may give some clues to my identity, I won't share it here, or I'll wait some time before I do.

But...I'm bursting.

And I can trust you, O Internet, not to make any connections between the real me and the blogger me, right?

So...please allow me to share a personal moment here.

My little girl is valedictorian!

I am so very proud.

It is an acknowledgment of her efforts and accomplishments, her middos and her maturity, and a recognition of the sweet, good-hearted human being she is.

And it's just another reminder of how my life as a mother is an answered prayer...a dream come true, and one of the greatest pleasures that exists.

This is what it must feel like to kvell.

I am blessed.

9 comments:

  1. Wow! Mazal tov! That is so awesome. I can imagine you are on cloud 10 right now. Enjoy!

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  2. YIPPEEE!!!

    I'm so happy for you and your daughter. This is something a girl carries as a badge of honor for life! lol, she'll be a cute old bubby, telling her einiklach I WAS VALEDICTORIAN!

    Much nachas to you, keep kvelling until 120...

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  3. Wow, that's quite an achievement! You have every right to be proud :-).
    Aren't you always kvelling when it comes to your children? :-P
    May she and all your children continue to be a source of nachas to you until 120.

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  4. Wow, your heart must be exploding with happiness!! I'm so thrilled for you! That's such great news!
    It must be a reflection of her mother!

    With all the schools in boro park, I doubt any of your readers can figure you out so your secret is safe :-)

    May she continue to make you proud and may all your children give you nachas - that is definitely many answered tefillos!

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  5. That is so wonderful! Mazal Tov!

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  6. You have every reason to be proud!!!
    Mazel-tov

    Anon613-London

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