It’s Good to Be Back…

I’m done. My last assignments were completed on Monday and my last class was Tuesday. I went to the university yesterday, but only to attend a pizza party with a group of international students whom I taught in a communications class to prepare them for graduate school. My grades posted on Tuesday and it appears they will graduate me.

I missed all my friends here this past month. Unfortunately, the schedule was just a bit much and while I could have posted, I would not have been able to participate in the community here. For me, the two go hand in hand. It was better to take a break than to post without being a part of the community.

I’ve been lining up some work. Things are looking good and I’ll share a bit when things are settled and classes begin.

Thank you to all my friends here for your support this past year or so as I’ve transitioned for my old job to teaching in El Salvador to student.

It’s good to be back.

P.S. This image is from a night out at a concert last evening in Boston with two of my friends.

48 thoughts on “It’s Good to Be Back…

  1. Osyth

    Many, many congratulations on Graduating and on the huge transition from your old job, through the extraordinary experience of teaching in El Salvador to being a student and graduating. I have immense respect for you. And I am delighted to see you back – it wasn’t quite the same without you! πŸ™‚

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you so much for your kinds words. It’s been an adventure. I am just keeping my fingers crossed for my work situation. It really is good to be back. Cheers!

  2. Soheir

    Great to come back again to wordpress Chris !!
    We missed ur great stuff a lot!
    Keep smiling and keep going !!!

  3. Christy B

    You look so happy in the photo, yay! Great to have you back and congrats on submitting everything for graduation πŸ˜€ You can rest a bit easier now, hopefully

      1. Miriam Hurdle

        Yes, I’m sure! I remember how I felt when I finished all my classes, and passed the oral defense of my dissertation and walked down the aisle for my doctorate degree. Wishing the best for the next adventure.

      2. Miriam Hurdle

        Well, I need to go back to school to get the Tier II administrative credential. It’s a 2-year program. Then I found out that if I continued for one more year plus the dissertation, I would get the credential and the doctorate. So I did it…

  4. reocochran

    I think we all have breaks it yours had meaning and a well earned graduate degree!
    Congratulations, Chris! πŸ˜πŸŽ‰
    🍻 Certainly cheers are in order!


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