Friday, May 30, 2008

Grades are in!

Drum roll please....

The Grummons family is proud to boast of their super smart-ness (is that a word? Who cares!).

Sam: History of Normative Systems-A
OT Survey-A
Metaphysics-A

Carrie: Advanced Reading in Hebrew/Exegesis of Jeremiah-A
Apologetics-A
Field Education-A

That's right, with a crazy busy, super stressful, absolutely hectic semester full of school, parenting, church stuff and work (with the occasional date here and there) we both managed to pull 4.0 semesters. I think that is the definition of grace right there (for me, Sam is super smart anyways and has nearly a 4.0 anyways for his Master's, this is my personal best semester since starting my degree, and I think I was the busiest I have been since starting).

So, you may ask, what are you going to do to celebrate the end of a crazy semester?
We're going to Disneyland! (okay, so we went to Disneyland this morning, this afternoon we are preparing to start summer school tomorrow...back to the grind stone!)

3 comments:

McMommy said...

Applause! Applause!! Grades like that certainly deserve a trip to Disneyland!!

David said...

what is 'history of normative systems'? that sounds like ethics, though i suppose it could include epistemology as well.

G said...

History of Normative Systems is ethics; it was a crash course focused in normative ethics (to those who don't speak philosopheze, when you do "normative ethics" you try to figure out what kinds of things are morally relevant-is it pleasure, or people, or character, or duties-and how they relate) with a little bit of history.