Brandenberg : LUSENET : M.Ed. Cohort II : One Thread

Hello you wonderful people, Last night I hung the Brandenberg print in the living room, read all your comments and read the book before going to bed...couldn't sleep though, so I got up in the early hours and reflected how blessed and full my life is. You people honor me and I want you to know I carry each of you in my heart. Anytime. Anywhere. Anyplace.

-- Anonymous, May 21, 1999


May the circle remain unbroken.

-- Anonymous, May 22, 1999

Amazing Grace...

-- Anonymous, May 22, 1999

glad you like the gifts and comments. now get some sleep.

-- Anonymous, May 23, 1999

All I can say is that you are not the only one who feels "BLESSED". I feel a real loss as our regular meetings come to an end. Enjoy Italy!

Hugs ---- Barb

-- Anonymous, May 23, 1999

Your presence at graduation topped my joy! I'm so very glad that you waited to go on your exciting trip until we completed our journey (well, the paper will be in soon). In my personal portfolio at the very beginning our our masters program, I wrote that this experience was going to be a journey and that I wanted to enjoy every step of the way. Darned if you didn't make it an extraordinary one! Thank you.

A saying that is very special to me is one I share with you: Numbers 6:24 May the Lord bless you and keep you . . .

-- Anonymous, May 23, 1999

Yes, we all have been blessed to be a part of this wonderful journey. Thursday nights will be missed! Thanks to all of you for making the commencement ceremony memorable. The roses were beautiful, Dave!

-- Anonymous, May 24, 1999

As I stood in line during commencement, I felt very priviledged to witness as each one of you were announced and received your hood. Being able to sit together during commencement made things even better. This Cohort has extraordinary individuals who I am very proud to call friends. Enjoy your summer, continue the outstanding work as many of us complete the thesis', and I truly hope we can keep in touch--beyond running into each other in the Mall,Target, or the grocery store. On a personal note to my two partners in crime, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. Dave, the rose was beautiful and your gift was so thoughtful and appropriate I know not what to say. Rebecca, you have a beautiful family.

Affectionately, Ann Sertich

-- Anonymous, May 24, 1999

It was great to walk with all of you at graduation. Thanks to Frank for joining us and to Dave for the rose. It made me feel special and made us feel like one. Everyone in the arena noticed them. It was a great way to end our journey together. I am proud of all we have done in our time together. We have come a long way. Thanks.

-- Anonymous, June 01, 1999

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