After 4 years of undergrad, and 3 more years of graduate school… I am officially a MASTER of Health Administration. It has been a long, hard road… my last year going full-time while working 40+ hour weeks in another town. I could not have achieved it without the support and encouragement from my wonderful family and friends!
We had a wonderful time celebrating on Saturday. The ceremony was long, and boring. I tripped walking across the stage (complacency) and my first words to Dr. Capiluto (UK’s president) were “I would trip…” 🙂
I enjoyed watching the doctoral students graduating. It was inspirational. It made it seem attainable. Maybe I’ll be there one day. In fact, I WILL be there if I hope to work as a professor at the collegiate level in the future.
As I finish my work day today, I realize that my evening is absolutely free… I can literally do whatever my little heart desires. Cook a plant-based dinner I’ve been craving, buy a bike, read a book, upload my graduation pictures… or just relax in bed and find a new show to binge-watch on netflix. The world is my oyster!