I'd like to take out a moment and brag about my incredible wife, who, as of about five hours ago, finished all her requirements to receive her Master's degree! Of the grades she has received so far, she has an astounding 4.0 GPA [EDIT: Her final GPA ended up at 3.9 (a couple A-'s). Ah well, nobody is perfect... but she's close :) ], and has impressed many of her teachers. The Master's, along with her New York State certification, now allows her to teach both regular Education or Special Education, and she will now spend the next few days weighing the (thankfully) numerous offers she has received for the upcoming year. We both hope and pray that whatever job she accepts she will be happy, successful, and hopefully make a profound impact on a child's life.
YAY!! Everyone is so proud of you!!ReplyDelete
I had a 4.0 for a while. Then my second semester of law school started...
No more 4.0.
What a huge accomplishment for you. Now go inspire some kids. There are few callings more noble than that.
God Bless You.
Mazel Tov - thats quite a GPA!ReplyDelete
Mazel Tov, that is awesome news.ReplyDelete
Good luck and lots of success in your career.
Your "housekeeper"(slave) is jealous of your 4.0 GPA. Maybe you can teach me something when I clean your apartment. That's a good trade for not getting paid. I only read a book "Housekeeper For Dummies". I didn't get such an education like you did. Not everyone can work without getting paid and go to school. Well you're very lucky. I'm so happy for you!! But thank you for helping me learn english otherwise I wouldn't have been able to sign this thing that your husband bothers me about almost everyday!ReplyDelete
Ha! When you clean our apartment, we'll talk about payment. And you're not just a housekeeper, you're a "Polish housekeeper". See you tomorrow! (Right?!)ReplyDelete
Only if you're lucky I'll visit. Hopefully we'll all be able to celebrate!! WE need everyones tefillot so PLEASE daven for us!!!ReplyDelete
Haha! Just don't get thrown in jail for arguing with the judge...ReplyDelete
Well, either way, we wish you the best of luck, and we hope you never have to see the inside of a courtroom again. Though if you ever do, at least you'll have a funny story about how you were in one the last time...ReplyDelete
what are you guys talking about?!ReplyDelete
Ah, Reb Abe! Congrats to you too on your escape from the clutches of jail! How come you didn't come by for brunch?!ReplyDelete