Thursday, August 7, 2008

Thursday News...

Big News…
Well tonight in class, I will be giving my LAST presentation before I graduate. I think we should all take a minute and celebrate for Ok Chick. Go ahead I’ll wait…….........
Tonight’s presentation is over a book I was assigned to read- Bigger Isn’t Always Better. Yes, I can hear you snickering. But after tonight I will only have one week of school! One week!!! Blogger World, I believe I am actually going to graduate with a Master’s Degree. HA! Who would have thought this average girl would graduate with a Master’s?

In Other News…
This week I have managed to lose 2 lbs. If anyone is looking to lose weight, might I recommend the Ok Chick diet? This diet consists of Grande nonfat chais and 100 calorie snack packs. It appears to be very effective.

In Other Other News…
Remember that big work project my boss assigned to me? Today is the day. Since July I have been planning my company’s picnic. Hopefully, this will be the greatest company picnic ever! It’s sure been a lot of work. Now if you would excuse me, I have to go hand out snow cones to screaming kids.

6 comments:

Renee said...

congrats on getting so close to your goal. I'm sure that graduation will be thrilling for you.
I had to help plan a company picnic once...yikes! That's a big job. I'm sure yours will be just fine.
Have a great time and don't eat all those snow cones and gain back those 2lbs. ;)

Ben, Kelly and Sophie said...

That is so exciting about your Masters. I remember so well. With my undergrad, it was nice but just another something you kinda just do. But with my Masters, I really felt a sense of accomplishment, because you don't have to do it and you have to work really hard for it. Great job!

TC said...

I'll start the OK Chick diet next week.

Congrats on your last presentation! That's very exciting news! Woohoo!

Enjoy the company picnic!

thisgirlsjourney said...

A picnic - I'm jealous. Hope it went well.

OK Chick said...

The company picnic was a hit! Thanks guys!

Scotty said...

How many of those 100 calorie packs are you allowed in a day?