i just wanted to let ya'll know that i got into Georgetown University  on my early decision programme so i'll be heading to washington d.c in september 2007 to become a hoya (apparently that's what Georgetown students are called, it's greek for god-knows-what) as part of the class of 2011. i'll be hopefully studying international politics and economics in the school of foreign service. and for royston's sake it's a catholic school run by the Jesuits (i.e the really really really really intellectual catholics). royston, you can be assured that firstly, sitting next to you probably had some subconscious transference that i wound up in a catholic institution and secondly, i have to study theology and "the question of god" as part of my first year module (:
more over, i wanted to thank you guys for all the support you've given me these last two years and i don't think i could've done any of this without having been in 2aa2. if any of you get the chance come visit me in up in D.C on a holiday (i'll miss you guys terribly!). i've gotten offers from most of my UK universities but some how studying in LSE and the likes in london or nottingham or warwick isn't as appealing as the US. though if cambridge says yes it'll be a whole new kettle of fish. in any case, love you all loads and merry christmas!