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U of T Awards night

Last night, a most joyful event in my life – the Excellence in Teaching awards night at U of T’s School of Continuing Studies. My kids were there, and at the supper beforehand, Eli discovered something he liked very much – a cocktail glass full of mashed potatoes. 

And here’s the proud Creative Writing prize-winner with her plaque, on the subway home.

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8 Responses to “U of T Awards night”

  1. Way to go Beth. We're all proud of you.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations Beth! You are most deserving. Enjoy!

  3. beth says:

    Thank you all. It is a true blessing to be given an award for doing something that you love.

  4. Mary Jane says:

    Congratulations to a master.xx MJ

  5. Lani says:

    I am so proud of you, Bethes. And Eli has already shown the high-class genetic pool from whence he comes. Eating anything out of a cocktail glass indicates he's one of Sylvia's descendents. Just needs a string of pearls.
    Happy holidays

  6. beth says:

    Somehow, Lani, I do not see a string of pearls in Eli's future … But lots and lots of mashed potatoes. Thanks to you both for your good wishes.

  7. Carol McPhee says:

    Congratulations Beth. An award well earned!! Enjoy that darling grandson and have a great holiday season.

  8. beth says:

    Thank you very much, Carol. Will do.

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