Monday, May 05, 2008

To some people that's a really big deal...

A lot of people go to college for seven years...



I received my Associates Degree on Saturday.



I'm going to do a little horn-tooting now.

  • I accomplished a cumulative 4.0 g.p.a.
  • I completed the Schoolcraft Scholars program
  • I achieved Par Excellence membership in Phi Theta Kappa
  • I received the "Heart and Soul" award from Michigan Campus Compact for my dedication to the community.
  • During my 2 years at Schoolcraft I also, moved, changed jobs twice, and had a baby!
However, I couldn't have accomplished these goals without these wonderful people:



Thank you for believing in me.

10 comments:

cornycopious said...

Hi - I was randomly browsing blogs and noticed this post. Congratulations - this is a great accomplishment. I worked at a community college and have some understanding of what it means to work a job, have a kid, and still maintain a 4.0, although I don't know how you did it. Way to go and all the best in the future for you and your family!

Stacie said...

Way to go Anna! You're allowed to toot your own horn when you've done all of that. You are awesome!

Jennifer said...

Love you!!!

Callie said...

Congratulations!!! I'm so proud of you! Toot away! :)

Callie said...

Congratulations!!! I'm so proud of you! Toot away! :)

Tiffany said...

CONGRATS!!! I'm so proud! You inspire me to finish my bachelors!

Jamie L said...

Congrats!

Brian & Leah said...

Congratulations!!! I get to graduate next year after I complete my incomplete. YEAH for you!!!

Stan and Jenn said...

Congrats! What a wonderful accomplishment!

GramMO said...

Hip Hip Horray Horraaay. Actually, from the "did you know Dept ".... all the schooling you get goes right to the benefit of your children. Academic success in children is directly tied to the mother's education. You go, Mama! P.S. You ought to add the success of getting your before, before baby weight back. Toot, Toot, a lot for that as well!!! Love You!!! Is there nothing you can't do!!!!!I know this wont be the end of your road. It's just begun.