6.22.2010

Big Meeting Tomorrow

I am looking forward to getting back in the loop soon, but until then I have a prayer request.  My dissertation meeting is tomorrow, 11:30am CST.  They either pass me, meaning I am at least half way done, or they send me back to the drawing board.  If they do that, I have to petition to extend my program and there is no chance of getting done prior to the baby arriving.  I would definitely appreciate your prayers, and please know you are in mine!
p.s. my progesterone went from 30s to 50s with the last draw-crazy!  And the baby is wiggling all over and I LOVE IT!

12 comments:

ALIVEINHOPE said...

You've got it! Oh, and soooo happy to hear about that wiggly little baby!! :)

mrsblondies said...

I'll be praying for you. I'm glad the baby is doing well.

Thankful said...

Good luck! I bet that little bundle of joy is an extra good luck charm.

prayerfuljourney said...

Praying all goes well tomorrow!

Sissy said...

Congrats on baby wiggling!

Sew said...

Can you let a sista know how far a long you are? Good luck tomorrow!

Leila said...

Oh, praying!!!!!

Kaitlin @ More Like Mary said...

You will do great!!!

Amazing Life said...

yah for a wiggly baby and awesome progesterone levels!!! I will pray, I know you have worked so hard to get to this place!

JellyBelly said...

Praying!!!! My thesis defense was the most stressful part of my MA, so I can appreciate how you're feeling!

Joy Beyond the Cross said...

Prayers a coming! Good luck and let us know how it goes! God Bless! Yeah, I am curious - how far along are you?

WheelbarrowRider said...

Thanks, everyone! The meeting tomorrow is to determine if my proposal is approved. However, this is 2 years in the making and over half of my written dissertation. Not to mention my data is already collected. So, if they approve it, it is possible to be done before the baby comes. If not, its start from scratch. Yes scratch. And that involves petitioning to extend my program (likely given) because I am very close to timing out! I feel surprisingly at peace, and I know it is your prayers!