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Sorry about that - not sure what came over me!
Anyway, tomorrow is my Graduation!
Yes, I officially get my BSc!
Yep, better late than never, I guess.
It has been a long journey. I was 40 when I started and it was supposed to take the normal 3 years, including studying through the summers so I could continue to work full time.
I had completed a preparatory course and the first year when the bottom fell out of my world, with the loss of our older daughter. As we tried to hold things together, one of my first actions was to put the studies on hold, and they remained like that for a few years. Eventually I felt that I was ready to get back to it, but decided to study part time. This meant that I did not have to study in the summers, but meant that the remaining part of my degree would take 4 years instead of 2. I prefered it this way, to be honest, as I could take my time more and just enjoy what I was doing.
I finished last summer, getting a 1st (just in case you had forgotten or missed that bit). I was happy with that, not bothered about doing the Graduation thing, but Mrs RC had other ideas - she wants a pic of me in the cap and gown and refused to let me off the hook.
So, watch out! If you are good you might just see some Graduation pics of me right here in the next day or so.
Now we just have to hope that the cold and snow doesn't ruin things!
PS. I forgot to mention that the ceremony takes place here - Canterbury Cathedral...