Thursday, July 27, 2006

SEND

I just hit "SEND" on my last final exam FOREVER! (...or as Jermaine says, "until you get the urge to go back to school again...probably in a week or so). ...unless, of course, I fail and have to re-take a class in order to graduate (that would be the pits). ---where did that saying come from? Who said "the pits" - is it someone from Charlie Brown? ..or Happy Days? First one to come up with the correct answer gets a prize, no, recognition.

Yes, I'm delirious, it's past my bedtime and I just finished school!

YIIIPPPPPEEEEEEE!!!!!!

10 comments:

The Gawel's said...

That must be an awesome feeling. I am very happy for you! I am sure you did fine because I know you like your A's as well. School always seems to go by faster when someone else is going. I am hoping this will not be a long process for myself! Again, CONGRATS!!

Tia said...

Congratulations Erin! You, Mickey, Chris and Ginger have all gone back to school. I'm feeling left out...maybe I'll go and sign back up.

FloridaMom said...

You did it with style, Erin!

Full-time job, having a third child and "the move" was almost an impossible task without the Masters Degree. Having achieved all of that at the same time is extraordinary.

I am so proud of you!
Love, Mom

Kristy & John said...

Congratulations! I really need to get on board with those accelerated programs. I have been obtaining my Associate's degree for 4 years now (part-time of course) without any kids and I am still one class away from it!! I am committed to going to Bellevue in the Spring, following in your footsteps!

MaineMomKC5 said...

YOU GO GIRL!

Oh, wait. You already went. Been there, done that.

You are a true inspiration!

~Seth & Nancy~ said...

CONGRATULATIONS, erin!

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Jeff B said...

Big up, Erin! Not sure if this is right, but you asked...

PHRASES be the pits informal be extremely bad or the worst of its kind. the pit of one's (or the) stomach an ill-defined region of the lower abdomen regarded as the seat of strong feelings, esp. anxiety. ORIGIN Old English pytt; related to Dutch put and German Pfütze, based on Latin puteus ‘well, shaft.’

Congrats
Jeff B