Friday marked the end of the second week of grad school. I have four more weeks to go before I am official a "Master of Music Education." Ok, maybe not that EXACT title, but it sounds cool! I know my husband will be VERY happy when this is over...I've been slightly neglectful of him lately. It's a good thing he's pretty self-sufficient and can take care of himself (mostly).
Friday also marked the day that I turned in my Master's Project. I will admit, there were a few moments when I wondered if I would EVER get this project finished! I had an additional moment of "WHAT" when, at about 12:30 in the morning, I seem to have lost my project. After a few moments of freaking out, I was able to recover a backed up copy (minus about an hour's worth of revisions). PHEW! I have no idea what I had done, but, being 12:30 in the morning, I didn't have my head on enough to realize that I had saved it in about 10 places. That, and when I looked at that original, messed up 12:30 am copy last night...it looked fine. Maybe my brain was over-tired...or the mere thought of having to start over just put me in a whole new place of panic.
So, here's my life in the next 4 weeks.
Week 3: not much specifically. Mostly homework. And studying. And making a poster.
Week 4: Keep making a poster. Comp Exam! YIKES!
Week 5: Turn in final copy of Master's Project. Present project during Poster Night. This is also the dreaded week 5 where everyone goes bonkers from the stress. It's not a rumor, it's true. I've experienced it.
Week 6: BREATHE. I graduate at the end of this! I'm a Master of Music Ed!