29 June 2014

Tooting My Own Horn

If you look at this blog very often, you will know that I missed a couple of weeks in a row recently. 
This is an explanation, and it is kind of a long story so I will condense it somewhat.
The story starts out like this....

 Kat greeting the world.

Once upon a time, there was a little girl. 
(I just got my hands on this picture and I love it, one of my best)

Kat and her cousin Norma 

Here is another one, I better shorten things a little.
Skip forward a little more than 17 years.

Preparing for High School Graduation 

That is my Mom on the left, the young lady with the big smile is me. We were getting ready for my High School Graduation. (I like the way that you can see the program, but not the year)

Aunt Pat, Mom, Uncle Doc, and me.

This was taken that same day. Uncle Doc, Bernard Frank, came from Colorado to watch me walk across that stage. 

While I was in the Air Force, I walked across the stage again for an Associates in applied science for aviation electronics.

In 2006, I completed my Associate Nursing Degree and became a Registered Nurse.

in 2010, I completed my Bachelors of Science Nursing degree ( you can see a blog post about that with photos here) and earlier this month, I completed my Masters of Science Nursing degree (that is what all that homework was for). I had to make a quick trip out of state with short notice so I did not post this sooner.  I will have pictures from my trip on the next post.
See you then,

You can call me; Kat, RN, MSN.
You can still just call me Kat.


  1. ha. nice job...this time next year i will be done my masters as well...
    my wife manages the nursing program for Liberty University too...
    so i know what those initials mean...smiles.

  2. Congratulations, we are very proud of you!


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