Thursday, November 29, 2007

Happily Ever After!

That is how I feel! This is my theme song in general, but especially right now because I found out that I am most probably staying in Stern next year! Thank you, Ima and Abba! I love you!

So here is Carrie Underwood singing her song Ever, ever after:

9 comments:

Ezzie said...

:D

the apple said...

I'm so happy that you're so happy :).

Also, we get to party together next year! Woohoo!

SJ said...

Fifth year students rejoice as one!

haKiruv said...

Awesome! I don't know if you're working on a grad degree or what but it sounds like a nice feeling.

Madd Hatter said...

Yay! I'm so happy for you.
Great song, btw. She has a stunning voice:)

corner point said...

Good for you! Enjoy every second of it while it lasts, cuz all of a sudden you'll be wondering just where all the time has been flying
:-)

the apple said...

I have to say, her dress is pretty cool, except: 1. stupid headgear 2. halter strap looks like it's not doing very much. And her skirt is insanely poufy. It looks like the bottom half of a dress I once saw a girl wear to a wedding. She took up like three feet of space because her skirt was so huge.

Princess said...
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Princess said...

I love how it's becoming fairly common for people to stay for an extra year . . . my sister was one of the first people who did it, and it's nice to see that it's now something that's becoming a little more mainstream.
Because, as much as I tend to whine that I've been here for too long, you really get a lot out of that extra year. If I hadn't been here for my Freshman year, I would have had to stuff all of my classes (including changing my major) into 3 years, and I wouldn't have had time to take my fun classses (like my art classes). So enjoy your extra year, and try to take some fun classes that aren't for your major if you have time.
Are you applying for the 5th year scholarship? (I know that's what my sister did, but I'm not sure how many people can get the scholarship)