Good News!

Good News!

I opened up my e-mail today to find that Indiana University has accepted me. Hooray! I wasn’t expecting an e-mail, but I’m glad it was a good one . . . it could have ruined my whole day. The funny thing is that they said they could have let me know way back in December or January when my application was finished, but since they didn’t match my GRE scores up with my application, it has taken all the way until now. Oh well. We are thrilled to have another option, but are still waiting for NYU’s decision. Keep your fingers crossed for us!

8 thoughts on “Good News!

  1. Yay!!!! I have been checking your blog every day since you opened your last envelope. I am so excited for you!!! Two down, one to go!!!! You are awesome! Thanks for keeping us all posted. You are the best!

  2. wowie! i admire you in many ways.

    funny or cruel, depending on how you look at it, that nyu should be last. i think you’re more patient than i am, because this isn’t even my life, and i’m DYING to find out about nyu.

    the truth: i have a secret fantasy that we’ll get into dental school there and all end up in the same crazy city.

  3. if we do end up at nyu– by some miraculous act of divine intervention (for us, not you), i’d be honored to help watch junior when you get busy with classes/studies/other things.

    i know, i’m getting a little carried away.

  4. Congratulations Lizzie! I hope you get into NYU, but if you do end up in Indiana it will be nice to have you near by.

  5. Diana, we would love love love it if you went to NYU too! Nothing like familiar faces in unfamiliar places. (not that I am counting on getting in) And we’d love to exchange baby-sitting duties with you. I think Myra could teach me a lot about dancing. :)

  6. Congratulations, Lizzie! Well, even if you go ALL the way to New York instead of cozy Indiana, we’ll still love you and come visit you. 😉 We’ll keep our fingers crossed!

  7. Your so amazing! I’m really impressed, and can only assume that anyday now you’ll get your acceptance letter from NYU!

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