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    Congrats to you both! He is a handsome fellow, wishing him all the best for his future.
    Beth

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    Congratulations to him and to you for raising a very fine son! And to add to his intelligence, he is also a very handsome young man.
    Gerri

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    No wonder you're a proud Mama! Handsome young man with brains & looks.

    It's always tough when they leave home but think of the things you can do with his room...a new sewing studio! hehe
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    That's wonderful! You have every right to brag on your kiddo!
    Congrats to both of you.
    Sonic is learning to sew and quilt. .....

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    Congratulations to both of you you have every right to br proud (looks good to)

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    Brains AND handsome! Congratulations to you both, and shhhhhh, we won't say a word about the picture..........what happens on the Forum, stays on the Forum, LOL! I think....................
    What do you mean I'm easily distracted..........HEY LOOK......FABRIC!!!!

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    Congratulations to both of you! What a proud mum and you should be! That is an awesome accomplishment for such a handsome guy and hopefully his travels won't take him too far out of sight.
    Carolyn

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    Congrats to your son and kudos to you he is a handsome and obviously intelligent young man.... Hmmmm... Ya know my daughter is 19....

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    Wonderful accomplishment! It is so satisfying to see kids grow up, work hard, apply themselves, and succeed. Congrats to him and to you for fostering him along. The moving away part is hard. My younger daughter moved when she got married and my older daughter's husband is about to finish his Ph.D. and they will undoubtedly move when he find work in his field. But, the goal of good parenting is to work yourself out of a job -- make them productive and independent. You obviously have done that very well.
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    What a cutie and brilliant too. Licky mom. You should be proud. Congrats to him for all his hard work. Glad you shared. I love hearing about the kids.
    Karen
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