Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Cross 'em if You've Got 'em

Ok, the applications are sent in. Deadlines are: Utah, January 15th. University of Washington, February 1st. Who knows when I'll hear back, but in the meantime... Everyone!!

Start praying.
Worship your idols.
Burn things in sacrifice.
Dance naked (this can be fun, as well as helpful!).
Prepare and offer up your pagan rituals.
Gather your loose change for use in bribes (or tuition, if
we're lucky!).
So, I know there are those of you (MOM!) who are struggling with which of these schools to pray for - but I'm just praying to get in. Period.
I'll keep you updated. If you're interested, I've placed the link to the program I'm hoping for above. You can take a peek at what I'm trying to get myself into.


The Duchess said...

I am praying you get in to whichever school gives you the best package. Smile.

the numismatist said...

I've been sitting here for five minutes trying to come up with a comment. Finally realized that even with all my lucky pennies (and $20 bill that I picked up yesterday) I still don't know what to wish for. The Mom side of me just can't come to terms with my Grandma side. Oh dear......
For some reason, I'm not really worried about whether or not you will be accepted.

Meemoo said...

We know what it's like playing the waiting game. I know you'll take the best deal offered and go where you are supposed to. How do you think we ended up in Pocatello, Idaho?

Eris said...

Meemoo, I just figured Pocatello was the fulfillment of a life-long dream: to live closer to me!

Numismatist (nice name, by the way), I have only one thing to say to you: A $20-freaking-dollar-bill!? Awesome!

Meemoo said...
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Eris said...

Oooooh, smart one Meemoo. No, it's not exactly closer - but it's, um, rainier.

Meemoo said...

Sorry for that deletion, I was going to edit, but you were too quick with your rebuttal.

Fry Sauce said...

We will certainly be Praying/fasting/dancing/hoping for you, Eris, even if having you leave would disrupt the very fabric of our lives.