Monday, January 24, 2011

Phew!

Only parents who have sent kids off to college will understand how much relief this brings.

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14 comments:

  1. awesome! My son applied for (and got accepted) to OSU too, but ended up going to U of I instead. It's definitely a stressful time in one's life! For parents AND kids! My son is in his second year now, and I swear it's not any easier on me! Good luck to you and yours!

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  2. I remember waiting for the "fat" envelopes when my sons applied to colleges. Once the first one arrives, RELIEF, 'cause you know they are going somewhere!

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  3. I remember those days too! Congrats! Now you can breath and your college bound pup can relax and stop twitching. First step of a great journey. Good luck and best wishes!

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  4. Congratulations! Now I guess he will be making some decisions.

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  5. Congratulations! My daughter has applied to 4 colleges. So far she's been accepted to 2 0f them with scholarships! I'm happy and excited for her, I think I'll be sad for me in September.

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  6. Congratulations, now you just have to get them to graduation on time!

    glen in Louisiana with an LSU grad daughter!

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  7. Congratulations Anina!

    In Holland you first srlect your field of study and then you try to be accepted at the Uni of your choice.
    How does this work in the US?

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  8. And staying local! That's awesome!

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  9. Congratulations. Good luck. :)

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  10. congratulations!!

    well done to him.

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  11. Now you can start stressing over paying for it. LOL! I have one that graduated last May and 1 that started in August. Thank the Lord for scholarships and grants!

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  12. Congratulations to him (and you too!). I do remember this time last year... what my daughter loved most of all was this Christmas break... no looming applications, no assignments, just RELAXATION!!!

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  13. Wow, so different from when my daughter was accepted. She just waited for the BIG vs. little envelopes to know if it was ACCEPTANCE vs rejection! How silly is that? I like this one much better. I wonder what their rejection letter looks like :) Or, better yet, what do their BILLS look like? I bet they are pretty too :) Have fun picking one. That can be pretty stressful too, but once you visit, you will just know which one is the right fit. Sounds weird, but one will just feel right.

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