One week after my final uni assignment was due, I have now submitted it! Thanks Sydney University for taking your time to fix the online system error – I can now finally feel relieved that my university days are over!
No longer a student! Woohoo! What will life be like? I’ve been studying for years (too much of an effort to calculate how many)! And I can’t quite remember what life is like without study (one post cadetship journal course through a university; two Bachelor degrees in Education and now a Masters in Education) – I’m one highly qualified teacher you don’t want to mess with!
Dan will certainly be relieved too; but I can’t guarantee I’m no longer going to live like a student: I think I will still cook 2-minute noodles and show my lack of prowess in the kitchen; and I don’t think I will drastically transform and become a clean person!
Looking forward to reading other things apart from academic journals and government reports which makes me completely out of touch with the world! What has happened in the world in the past 10 years? Ahhhh pass! Apart from what’s happening outside my gate (and there’s a lot going on out there), I’m none the wiser. But I can talk to you for hours about all things education!
Congratulations, Jody!!! You have certainly been putting your education to good use these past years and seen so much accomplished–may your labours continue to extend and multiply and impact the lives of multitudes of teachers and students in Uganda and beyond!
Jan, thanks so much for the encouragement! I was thinking of you yesterday as I returned to Eagle Nursery and Primary School as a ‘special guest’ (lol) for their nursery graduation. That’s where you attended our training many moons ago. My how much has happened since then! Lots of love! xx