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Things have been quiet here for a bit - how is everyone doing?
I'm cruising at work, realizing that I probably can't quit in June like I'd planned, working on finalizin details for ma wedding, putting my house on the market, etc. I'm spending next weekend doing undergraduate interviews for my alma, weekend after that taking care of some details for the house, putting the house on the market Feb 1 (anyone wanna buy it?), and then the weekend after taht I have a friend coming to visit. Nothing planned immediately afterwards, but then I've got the GSB admit weekend. The next few months are already shaping up to be pretty darn busy!
I'll just describe it instead. 2 bd / 2ba, 1500sq ft, 50ft south facing balcony, hardwood in living and 2nd bedroom, granite countertops, large pantry, double vanity in master bath, jacuzzi tub, sep master shower, full size second bathroom including shower and bathtub, large bedroom with access to deck, custom wood paneled walk in closet, seperate full-size washer dryer in unit in seperate laundry room, one deeded heated parking space included. Low assesments, pet friendly building. Good reserves.
How am I? Sitting here playing the waiting game most likely until March. Best case scenario has me getting in to my b-school safety on Feb 2 which would take some pressure off but it wouldn't thrill me as much as getting into one of my top 2. We shall see though.
I wish I could quit work today lol but the b-school gods have me locked in until April most likely then I will have the best summer ever hopefully.
Once I figure out where I'm going I will need to decide what to do with my house and my dogs. Berkeley would certainly be the easiest thing for me (Stanford too, but I try not to think about them). If I end up in Chicago or NY I'll have to leave them with my parents for at least the first year.
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