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Wednesday, 3 September 2008

Nothing to do with wildlife - just new life!

Just to say I'm unashamedly proud of my daughter who for the past three years, in addition to running a home and being a mum to her son, has also been a university student.

And today - she heard the results of her labours (pardon the pun).

She is now a qualified midwife.

Well done me dear - it's more than deserved - you've done so well and I'm delighted for you.

(I know there's more work ahead to get your degree but, don't worry about the thesis - it'll be a breeze - big grin)


avalon said...

well done to your daughter, makes you feel so proud of them, all that hard work has paid off for her

Tricia said...

Wow - that was a quick response Avalon - I've only just posted the blog. Thanks :)

Cheryl said...

Don't you just feel so proud.....and being a mother to, very very well done......

Carin Fuchs said...

I am delighted for her too and I don't even know her! I have a high respect for people who have the stamina to get back to university and be a student again AND manage the responsibilities they have.

Give Tricia's daughter my best regards and a extra big hug.

SPD said...

Mum, well all i can say is I could not have done it without your never ending support. Thank you so much for always being there and being you.

Anonymous said...

Many congratulations to your daughter. Very well done.

Eagleseagles said...

Great news Tricia!

Not only doing the degree bit but the real stuff too!

Well done spd! Congratulations.

Now for the easy bit....the thesis.
If you have picked something that you are interested in its a great way to really study a topic.Get your teeth into -well I expect that would be inappropriate!

I enjoyed my thesis for my degree so I feel sure you will do too.

Border Reiver said...

Well done to your daughter. I can still remember my parents pride when I got my degree, and at the ceremony. You must be as proud as punch.

Tricia said...

Aye Border - I am indeed :)

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