On the moment of truth

I wrote here almost exactly a year and a half ago to say that I was starting school again.

I’m writing now to say that I’m [hopefully] about to finish school.

My last exam starts in less than half an hour (ARGH!).

It’s an oral defence of my thesis, followed by a whole lot of questions.

By midday, I’ll know if I passed….
See you on the other side! 🙂

5 Replies to “On the moment of truth”

    1. 🙂 thank you again 🙂

      I have no idea what colours I got, and even less idea about their flying prowess… They send our actual results out in the post. Directly after the presentation/defence they can only tell us if we passed or not. I have no idea why. Presumably they have to listen to everyone before deciding what grades to hand out…
      I am happy to have passed, happy that it’s all over, happy that I have no more responsibilities hanging over me than to go to work occasionally and pay my rent (and other bills). I have time for all the things I haven’t done for a long time, and can decide for myself if I want to do them 🙂 🙂

    1. Um… Thank you 🙂

      I’m not sure what I think about luck… I think I was as prepared as I could be in the circumstances, though a lot (a very lot) more more would have been possible if they’d been different circumstances (or less, I suppose).. Maybe the specific set of circumstances is based on luck? Probably no more than partially; I’m the one who’s supposed to be responsible for what I do.. Maybe having answers for what the examiners ask is lucky? Maybe none of it is…

      I don’t know if you can tell, but I’m rambling 🙂 🙂 🙂 I have just woken up after 9+ hours sleep, and I am aware of still not making much sense. I suspect it might take a couple of weeks….

      How are you anyway?

      1. 🙂 Rambling is fine – I do it all the time. I am fine thanks, moving into Spring here, so more sunshine and warm weather which makes me happy. What about you?

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