Marking a Milestone

Lessons learned and shared from a different graduation

Photo by Janet King. Used by permission.

Last night my son would have graduated. He didn’t physically attend, because in January 2018 he graduated from earth. But his college recognized that he had enough credits and a high enough GPA that he would have graduated last night, and so they awarded him a posthumous degree.

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Insights on one journey through life, focusing on pragmatic spirituality and effective communication.

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Donnell King

Donnell King

Communication nerd. Christ follower. I write about speaking, writing, using Zoom effectively for impact. Connect with me at http://bit.ly/ConnectDonnWrites

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