This has probably been on of my favorite and most helpful semesters, especially as School Media Specialization student (although I really liked my reference class a lot too). This semester, I had 663 which was about managing school libraries, and 661 which is about Managing School libraries. Both of these courses were specific to what I'll be doing, which makes everything you learn that much more helpful.
I especially appreciated that these courses were actually taught in a manner similar to how they teach us to teach. Novel idea I know, but I've heard many a educator say that their experience in Undergrad or Grad school programs were notoriously bad at "walking the walk and talking the talk". Mine were great this semester which I really, really appreciate.
I also had some really great classmates that I got to work with and will miss having regular interactions with in the future. Thank goodness for Facebook letting me stay in touch with them anyway.
So here's to the end of Grad School although it doesn't really feel real since I'm not going to any ceremony. Maybe brunch with family over Christmas break will make it feel more official, or perhaps the first day of my new job.