A Little Recognition Goes A Long Way

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This day truly started off in the right fashion. There is nothing better then waking up at 6 and going on a motivational run with the rest of the school. In formation with the Command Master Chief. This was the first time that we had to carry our flag around and it was really cool. The flag is a little cheesy but I like it. It has a picture of a kidney on it and also a dialysis machine and something else as well.

Our motto on the flag says “Saving Lives One Drop At a Time " I think thats cute! :)

After our run we all got into formation in front of the school and the CMC called all the academic leaders of the class out in front for a round of applause. Yours truly was one of them and I am really happy about that. I have been busting my butt and studying really hard so it is nice to get a little bit of recognition!

For the majority of my naval career recognition for hard work was few and far between. It feels good.

I am confident that I will knock out the test this morning and carry on to have a nice weekend. Hope everyone has a nice friday!

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