Congratulations - that's a great moment and am really happy to read a post like this. A toast to you for all of the graduations still coming.
Just to jump on the bandwagon with you a bit...
My oldest daughter just wrapped up her elementary school awards/graduation ceremony tonight and I was so incredibly thankful to be sitting there enjoying the moment as a healthy Dad amongst the crowd. I even bumped into some parents that I hadn't seen in awhile and they were asking how I was doing. It felt wonderful to tell them that I'm healthy and living life - or at least trying to. It's only been a year, so I believe that they were expecting to see me in a very different condition a year later. Despite some side effects and anxiety, I feel very "spared" because of the age of TKIs.
One of the Dads I know was chatting with me after the ceremony ... we're both guys who focus pretty hard on maintaining fitness. He still can't believe that I smoked him in the school's annual 5K road race a few weeks ago. He looked at me in good spirit and said, "Man, you were diagnosed last year with cancer, you have an injured foot, you're older than me, and you STILL beat me in the race. Geez!" - heh heh
Before diagnosis, I would've been sitting at this ceremony watching my Blackberry, doing email and not focusing or enjoying the moment very much. What a difference a year makes!