Category Archives: Master’s degree

Graduation … for real!

December 16, 2016

Finally, after 3-1/2 long years, I graduated. Didn’t you just do that, you may ask? This time it’s for real. It’s official. The asterisk beside my name in May, when I walked in the commencement ceremony in Asheville, has now been removed. Last night, as I stood for two hours in an open doorway, blasted by arctic air while […]

Read More →

Graduation Present

May 15, 2016

I have now officially walked in Lenoir-Rhyne’s Asheville campus commencement for my Master of Arts in Writing degree at the Thomas  Wolfe Center for Narrative (what a mouthful!), but I’m not quite a graduate. Not yet. I have an asterisk next to my name, meaning I lack six hours before I officially complete my degree on December […]

Read More →

Graduations Past

May 11, 2016

In anticipation of Saturday, I’m being a bit nostalgic and thought I’d post photos of my previous three graduations. The first one was 54 years ago. Funny that I graduated from a Lutheran high school, and now it’ll be a Lutheran university. I’ve come full circle and I’m not even Lutheran. (In case you can’t […]

Read More →