I haven't even taken the LSAT yet and my dad is on my back about it. I made the mistake of telling him what my dream schools were (the main one being Columbia at the time), and now whenever we are at a family function he brings it up.Dad: Guess where Loluna is planning to go to law school? Tell them.Me: Well, where I apply depends on how I do on the LSAT in June, and where I end up going will depend on a lot of other things...Dad: Come on. Don't be so modest. She wants to go to COLUMBIA! *proud smile*Family: Wow... what an arrogant kid, thinks she can get into Columbia even though she hasn't taken the LSAT yet... pshaw.I love that my parents are supportive, but I've unwittingly gotten my dad's hopes up.
My parents have been pretty cool about the whole thing. They are supportive and perhaps overly optimistic - they are convinced I will get off one of my 5 waitlists or that one of my last 3 pending schools (all reaches) will accept me. I keep telling them to get used to the idea that I'll be attending USC or Hastings next year (which imo are great schools) but my dad keeps saying "no, you'll go somewhere better." i guess it's nice that they are so optimistic but I don't think they realize what i'm up against.
Hehe thanks. Most likely will, considering Hastings only cause it's in SF and I'd love to live there. But will most likely end up at USC.
Quote from: Pugalicious on March 23, 2007, 04:07:27 AMHehe thanks. Most likely will, considering Hastings only cause it's in SF and I'd love to live there. But will most likely end up at USC.Also, if you ever decide you like Australian Cattle Dogs I'd love to introduce you to mine. I'm sure he would love you and I wouldn't mind having an intelligent hottie around. Seeing as how we both incorporated our dogs into our profiles we might have something in common. Why do you like pugs though? What attracts you to this breed? PM me if you'd like.