DP Daily Prompt: Last but Not Least

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In your imaginary award acceptance speech(yes we know you have one), who’s the very last —- —and most important —-person you thank?

This is my imaginary speech, I didn’t get the chance in real life to make a speech after I passed my master’s degree exam , the students in our university disliked the Vice chancellor, as long as he remained in office they made up their mind not to have convocation.So we missed out and got our degrees by mail.

We don’t really make a speech when we go up to receive our degrees, we thank the person who hands us the degrees and leave.

Even if we had a convocation,we wouldn’t make a speech.

My opening words would be to thank everyone who helped me to reach this far. At the very last would be my prof. who believed in me who always told me I can achieve anything I wanted if I put my mind to it. 

He was upset when I changed the group from B to C.  I’d explain why our post graduate course in History had three groups: Group A dealt with architectural history ; Group B was museum and architecture and Group C was Contemporary history.

My preference was Group B, but circumstances were not favourable, we had a very small library,male students were not interested to study about architecture and museum, all of them joined Group C to study contemporary history. My two female classmates were in favour of Group C, one of them was fortunate, her uncle had all the notes which she could use, I don’t know why the other one opted for Group C.

I was forced to join group C,I was uncomfortable going to a dark dingy library where there was only one male librarian.

: https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2014/05/12/dp-daily-prompt-4/ 

One thought on “DP Daily Prompt: Last but Not Least

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this.

    It’s good to have people who believe in us (such as your prof.). It can make all the difference in the world.

    All good wishes,

    robert

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