I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
2Kings 20:5

Monday, October 18, 2010

Packing it UP!

So we started packing up the things we don't use daily. . .it seems strange. This place really does feel like home and I am surprised that the end of our 2 year adventure is coming to an end. I figured I would brag about my husband a little, because I think he is pretty incredible in sooooooo many ways.

I am not sure if I have shared his accomplishments at school yet. . .if I have then it's worth repeating.

Bryan's current GPA is 3.93
Bryan's attendance is 99.06%
He has earned Student Of The Course (S.O.C.) 10 times. To get this he has to be have the best overall grade and attendance in his classes.
All of these take hard work and dedication. Most students may never earn an S.O.C. in school. So it is incredible he has accomplished it 10 times.

What makes him even more incredible. . .he works a full time job too. He goes to work 36+ hours a week and goes to school 25 hours. Yeah, he's pretty amazing :)
He is in his final month of school and he is counting down the days. He has been working really hard and is hoping to earn the "TOP TECH" in his Yamaha program. They only give that to one student per Yamaha course. I think he has a good chance of getting that.

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