Today is a most joyous of days. As you read this-I am walking up to receive my diploma. Well–my mock diploma–the real one will come in the mail in like a month or so. Actually, I might already be on the train. Depends on when you read this. And I might not have walked if the ceremony was taking too long but I digress.
Getting my MA has been such an exhausting journey but here I am at the end. During my time at Rowan, I helped to charter three clubs: Gaming Club, Archery Team, and Writing Arts Club; I helped my friends and fellow students with their undergraduate portfolios; I worked hard and graduated Magna Cum Laude for both Undergrad and Grad; I came out alive on the other end of a lot of drama; I got engaged (for which I had the easiest part in); I wrote and fixed roughly 30,000 words for my thesis and then I wrote more and fixed it all over again; I interned at Quirk Books and I’m still going!
I did a lot for my internship at Quirk and even blogged about it all, which you can read here. Below are links to the blog posts which I created images for and even some that I drafted myself.
I am so thankful for the opportunity I had with Julie and Nicole and I’m going to miss everyone at Quirk and Rowan a whole bunch.
Posts I Made Images For
Quirk’s Top Viewed Post for January!
February Quirk Perks
Then there was the week that I worked on promotion for the Hillary Rodham Clinton Presidential Playset…
To promote Kid Athletes after the Super Bowl
To Commemorate Harper Lee on February 18th, 2016
Social Media Images for Women’s History Month
March Newsletter-Geek Parenting Tumblr Debut
April Quirk Perks
Meet Quirk at Emerald City Comic Con 2016
April 2016 Newsletter
Jersey Shore Cookbook Bookstagram Images
Last Call at Nightshade Lounge Bookstagram Image
Happy Birthday Billy Shakes!
Blog Posts Written by Yours Truly
Excerpts I drafted from Stuff Every Graduate Should Know
I cut this post down from 2,000 words. It’s the only reason I’m putting it under things I wrote.
Don’t forget about when I went to the #PPZMovie screening in University City, Philadelphia, PA.