Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Graduation

I started the week with a graduation ceremony.  I now have a master's degree in Military Operational Art and Sciences.  Pretty cool! 

Jewels and beads were a major part of my life here in Alabama, but I also spent plenty of time reading about air power, warfare, culture, and history.  I can actually read the whole newspaper now and understand it...I don't have to stick with the tv listings and the sudoku.  haaaaaaaaaa  I read a ton about Afghan history and culture that has really helped me understand some of Curt's daily mission and the challenges he's facing.

There was a huge graduation ball on Saturday night, so here's a pic of some of my flight mates and their lovely spouses.  I was truly blessed to meet all these guys...even the fighter pilot!  haaaaaaaaaaaaa  I'm headed to Langley Air Force Base in Virginia while the others in my flight are headed off around the world:  Honolulu, Okinawa, Las Vegas, D.C., Louisiana, San Antonio, and Phoenix.  My international student buds are going back to Armenia and South Africa.  It seems like we'll be far apart, but it's amazing how small the world gets when you have a shared experience like we've had here. 

So, on that note, I have to get ready for the packers...they're already late, but should be here eventually today.  I'll have to write more about moving and how much fun it is later on when it's all done and I'm through with the fun.  haaaaaaaaaaa

Bead Air Power!!

11 comments:

  1. Looks like a grand evening was had by all! Congratulations...such a wonderful achievement! I can not believe all you do and still manage to maintain a blog and create wonderful jewelry.Good luck with the move.

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  2. Wow Jen, you have been super busy! Fingers crossed for a smooth move, nothing broken, and just as many new friends awaiting your arrival in Virginia.

    {Hugs!}
    Dawn

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  3. Congratulations, Jenn. I am so happy you will be moving closer to the DC area too!!
    Jeanette

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  4. Congratulations Jenn, you look very smart in your uniform! You'll have tons of fun in ol' Virginny, I used to live there.

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  5. Congratulations and best wishes. Have a good move (can i say that?) but you know what i mean.

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  6. Congrats, Jen!!! What an accomplishment - you should be so proud. And you look so sharp in your uniform. So glad you'll be heading back up our way... hope to see you again, maybe this Fall?

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  7. Yay, Jenn! Congratulations and I hope to see you in Virginia!!

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  8. What a great picture! And I love the many facets that make you the unique person you are. It's a bit impressive, I must say. :)

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  9. You are a brave and adventurous soul!! Best wishes for a smooth move. You look sharp!! Military uniforms are amazing on everyone!

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  10. good luck and Godspeed on your journey. You seem up for the challenge.

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  11. Congratulations Jenn! I hope your move is safe and uneventful! So speaks the military brat!

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