Invasion of the kids with caps...

First there was just one or two. You didn't notice them really. Just random dots on the landscape. Then they started popping up in the train and bus. They began to multiply. Huddled together in groups on street corners. In school halls, department stores and on the street. And - selvf√łlgelig - all over my Facebook feed.

What is this invasion? It's the kids with caps!

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School's out for summer and - for third year High School students - school is out for ever! ūüėĄ Hence the graduation caps. Which, once it is placed on their head, doesn't seem to leave said head for weeks and weeks... You must also remember that, here in Denmark, there is no such thing as school uniform. So lots of kids wearing the same item is a rather special sight. There was even one down at my bathing bridge this morning...

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And let's not forget the families you will see walking around town, carrying baskets filled with flags and champagne. On their way to celebrate the big moment with their son or daughter, grandson or granddaughter, sibling, nephew or niece...

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And notice how those crazy (but lovable) Danes wait patiently for the Green Man before they cross the road. Ten out of ten for good behaviour! ūüėĄ

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The shops are filled with graduation greeting cards and lots of 'cap' stickers, cocktail sticks and gift ribbon. Buy, buy, buy!

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But it's not only students who are getting in on the act. Even the horse statue in the window of a local bar was wearing a graduation cap this morning!

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Oh well, you know what they say. If the cap fits, wear it..?

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Diane :mrgreen:

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