Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:19 PM in ,

Celebrate good times, come on, let’s celebrate.
There’s a party going on right here
A celebration to last throughout the years
So bring your good times and your laughter, too

Reason to celebrate tonight? Despite the cold (very annoying after its prolongued visit of 4 weeks), the long meetings (some lasting for a day!), and despite being away from home (but hey! back tomorrow), I had my yearly evaluation today and I am very pleased. It was very positive with remarks like good job, a true drive, clear project management skills proved. So I can dance :)

Feeling good about myself tonight!



Congratulations, Claudia. You seem to work so hard, that must be very rewarding to be acknowledged in that way.

Oh, wonderful news indeed Claudia. I'm sure you deserved that good assessment, so, come on, let's party!!! Well done my friend. I'm really pleased for you.

Congrats, go out and celebrate and enjoy yourself X

Good for you, it's lovely to get positive feedback from a job well done.

There is nothing like kudos from your employer for a job well done! Good for you. Yep, time to celebrate good times, come on...

Yes, indeed, this is cause for celebration!

Congratulations! If you're like me, the best thing about it is that it's over! I had my evaluation recently too, but they are bothering us for a third one next semester. No one will let us just teach anymore.


@Karen - yes, I do work hard and I was happy to receive my yearly feedback!
@Diane - I will party for the Xmas holidays, 5 working days ahead!
@Luan - soon my dear!
@Sarah - so true!
@Jo - thank you!
@Susan - will do!
@Joyce - well we have only one per year, but I can understand that your focus should be teaching for sure!

Congrats Claudia!! All your hard work is paying off :)

@Jenn - I hope so too, literally including :)

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