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Quote from: neverborn on December 11, 2007, 09:16:12 PMShe mentioned that she wouldn't come to Michigan with me. I realize that every relationship is different and to each their own. However, if living in a big city was more important to my SO that living with me, I'd take that as a sign. Particularly if it was only for ~1.5 years and would help secure our financial future. I can understand being hesitant but to straight away say "I'm not coming" is odd to me.
She mentioned that she wouldn't come to Michigan with me.
Thank Jebus for this thread. My boyfriend of two years and I are both applying to school right now: I to law school, and he to design school (for his master's in landscape architecture). We live in Philly now, and we're both dead-set on staying in or close to the Northeast, which is good. However, he's only applying to three schools - UVA, Penn, and Harvard, which are not exactly easy to get into, for either of us. I may have the numbers for the first two, but I seriously doubt Harvard will be within my reach. To try to at least minimize the potential distance, I'm applying to a range of schools from Boston to Charlottesville (BC, BU, Fordham, NYU maybe, Penn, Temple, GULC, GW, and UVA are on the list right now).But it's tough. The application process for design schools is as qualitative as the law school app process is quantitative, so it's extremely difficult to say what will happen for him. On the other hand, things will become pretty clear for me once the December LSAT scores are released. Is anyone else in this boat (or a similar vessel)?