Last night was my final class session and marks for my Masters degree. It’s been a long and tiring twenty-two months—hours and hours of research, hundreds of pages of reports, and hours of presentations have kept most of bogged down.
For my friends, who have tolerated my absence, my fatigue, my more-than-usual crankiness over the past two years and prayed for it to be over. 🙂
For my family, who have supported me the entire way and ensured that I did NOT roll over and get another 10 minutes of sleep.
For my professors, who have tolerated my insistent questioning (some better than others) and challenging as I know I’m probably one of the most annoying students you’ll ever face.
Finally, for my peers, who have been great to work with this entire time. Especially my cohort group, the summation of our skills helped make our work not only good, but excellent. A graduate degree is more of what you make for yourself, and you’ve helped me strive to always learn the most I could from each and every challenge. Amidst it all, we found time to laugh and enjoy ourselves—even if it was 1 AM in the morning with the deadlines just hours away.