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OMGOMGOMG! Congrats Congrats Congrats! For some reason this makes me feel a bit better about my own PhD I'm starting next week. If one knitter can do it, so can I :)I have some Growers in the fridge; it's not champagne, but it's fizzy and yellow. As soon as I get back from my 1:30 meeting, I will drink to you! Congratulations again!
Congratulations! and with distinction, wow!
Wonderful! I am so very, very happy for you!Now go think about nothing at all for a few hours and bask in the title :) When a friend of mine got her degree she insisted that her husband call her "Dr. Honey."Congratulations!
Congratulations!! You did it!
Congrats! I know what a long road this is. I got off after my prelims. Just call me ABD
I am so happy for you. Congratulations!
Cognratulations! Good for you! You should go reward yourself with more yarn. :-P
Congratulations!!! Both my parents have their PhD's and I know it is alot of work.
Way to go!
de-lurking to say congratulations!!! I have been reading your blog for a long time now - I guess this is a great opportunity to say hi - og gratulerer på norsk også!
What an amazing and hard earned accomplishment. Congratulations!
Congratulations on a job well done. :) :)
Congratulations!! With distinction - how nice that your hard work was recognized.
Yay for you! That's fantastic news, even if it's not surprising in the least. :) Have some champagne for me!::hugs::
Congratulations! Don't mind me invoking a bit of inspiration from you...my comprehensive exams start Monday! Yay Dr.!!
This is one of the best days in your life. Thanks for sharing it with us!
Congratulations! You have earned that champagne!!
You rock girl!! Congrats. :)
YAY!!!!!!!! HUGE CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Way to go!That's so awesome. :)
Gratulerer og skål!!
Oh so many congratulations to you!!!! Enjoy the champagne and the celebration!
Congratulations! What an awesome achievement!
De-lurking to say congratulations. Wonderful news!
Congratulations - You must be sooooo proud!
Congratulations! I'm so proud of you, Dr.!
Wow...awesome, awesome news!Congratulations, Dr. Kate!(The sad part? I'm still in year two of my rhet/writing PhD, and I'm writing this while avoiding classwork....)
Dr Kate. You're the one.
Adding my congratulations! Glad to see you on Ravelry - we have a bunch of groups in common!so what's the next step?
mazel tov mazel tov mazel tov!! yay! congrats. who knows, maybe some day i'll try it. right now my ms degree seems a big load of bs. but it's nothing in light of your awesome accomplishment. YAY!!!
big congrats... enjoy the moment!
Super congratulations . . . and with distinction . . . very cool. And so now that it is over, was it worth the angst, work and suffering? How cool! Be sure and change your Profile, Doctor!
Yay, you! Doctor Knitter!
Congratulations, we have all suffered with you, reading about your trials and tribulations with your advisor, etc. How wonderful that it's over and now you can knit, knit, knit!
Many congratulations Kate!
congratulations! can't wait to hear about it!
Well done :)I remember when my dad completed his PhD - we had chocolate to celebrate (A huge deal in our family where both parents were students and there was no money for extras)Enjoy your celebrations!
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