In baseball if a pitcher is throwing a perfect game, you're not supposed to talk about it while the game is still in play. Instead, you may use code. For example, "If you happen to be a Tigers fan, you may want to turn the game on. Justin Verlander is doing quite, quite well tonight."
Pals, if a Masters of Counseling program was baseball, and I were a pitcher, we'd be talking in code. 2 years into it and I'm doing quite, quite well.
Our cohort has one class and then practicum, another class and then internship. All of that plus a giant, scary national exam and then... then I'll be done.
Time flies when you're learning about theoretical models to best treat an array of clients.