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Old 01-14-2013, 07:49 PM   #23019
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Good morning, all! Keemun tea and nan with za'atar for a quick breakfast today, then off to do chores!

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I decided I didn't want to work and went straight into a PhD program. Hard work but a good amount of fun and learning took place.
It was a lot of fun, in the long run. Especially as an adult. I got kicked out of three colleges in a row right after high school, and needed a war plus another 10 years to grow up, but going back to school as an adult was delightful! I couldn't get enough of it!

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My path is not much different. My first Masters is a subset of the classes I need for my second master (well after moving the electives around in a smart manner at least) so guess I am cheating a little
Basically, my two Masters overlapped each other as well, which is why it only took another one year to complete. I did an MBA and an MPA, so only those classes specific to each were needed, while the classes that were supportive didn't need to be re-done.

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Yes, congrats to all! It was difficult to keep quiet about it these last few days, as I was very surprised I won.
I too was quite surprised, and pleased! Actually, my wife was pleased too as it means I'll give her back her e-reader when my new one arrives. A day without an e-reader is like a day without sunshine.

One more cup of Keemun tea and then out to greet the day!


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