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Jul 12

Graduation … not really … sort of

Hi again,

This last week has been busy but not with the usual things in the workshop.  For all the students, except those of us who are in the Master’s degree program, this was the last week of the year.  We spent several days preparing the workshops for visitors–cleaning up and putting out our work for all to see.  Then Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, we had visitors in the workshops to see all the interesting work that people have done this year.

There was an awards day on Wednesday for all the students who had won special awards.  I was surprised by winning the Geoffrey Moss prize for making the greatest contribution to the clocks programme over the year.  The award was given by the British Antique Dealers Association.

Saturday was the normal graduation day.  Even though I have not finished my Masters work, I was still awarded a Post-graduate degree for the work that I have completed so far.  The post-graduate degree is sort of like a Bachelor’s degree.  I guess that if I fail my Masters work somehow, I will at least come home with something.

Now the hard work continues for another 10 weeks.  Plenty of testing, research, and writing to go.  Next July, I will come back to get my Masters degree certificate.

cheers,

The Graduation Marquee on the front lawn.

The Graduation Marquee on the front lawn.

There is a sense of accomplishment even though we are not quite done yet.

There is a sense of accomplishment even though we are not quite done yet.

 

GM Prize

PG Diploma

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  1. Sue Pringle

    Congratulations and a big hug from your very proud sister! Well done!

  2. Linda

    Spot on! And, way to go, Mostyn! What a thrill.

  3. Virginia Norwood

    Looking forward to your return with all of the new things that you can tell us. V. Norwood.

    1. Mostyn Gale

      Thanks for reading – we look forward to being home also. But there is still some hard work to do before we get there. Thanks for keeping the home fires burning.

  4. Suzon

    Ata boy Mostyn. Your diligent commitment is honorable

  5. Westbury

    That is so cool! You’ve really accomplished a lot in a single year!

    1. Mostyn Gale

      Larry et. al.,

      Thanks to all of you wonderful supporters back home! We are looking forward to seeing you all.

  6. Sue Gary

    Congratulations Mostyn! That is fantastic.

  7. Bryan

    Congratulations Mostyn. We are not surprised by your awards and accolades.

  8. Stella larson

    GREAT!!! Your resume gets longer and longer! We are so very happy for you, and can’t wait to see the fabulosity in person.

    Most humbly,

    Your Hembearers

  9. David Walter

    Hi Mostyn,

    Congratulations !

    Well done Old boy !

    David

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