ear·ly ??r-l? de·ci·sion di-?si-zh?n 1 a: A common policy used in college admissions for admitting freshmen to undergraduate programs. 2 a: Indicates to the college that the candidate considers that institution to be his or her top choice. 3 a: Candidates applying early decision typically submit their applications by the end of October and receive a decision mid-December.
This is Bossy’s son last night when he found out he was accepted into the college of his choice.
readers reader have been there from the beginning—because you endured this college tour and this college tour and this college tour and this college tour and even this college tour, Bossy wants to spread the joy with this contest:
Where is Bossy’s son going to attend college next fall?
Submit your one guess in the comments section. If more than one of you guesses correctly, Bossy will draw the winning name out of a hat. The hat she uses to cover the hair that hasn’t been cut in 238 days.
This Class of 2002 Special Edition Barbie, of course—why do you ask? This doll retailed for $15.95 and because Bossy kept it sealed in its
coffin manufacturer’s box, it is now worth $15.95 on eBay!
This doll was given to Bossy the year she graduated from college, and it is very special to Bossy because it reminds her of why it’s such a bad idea to go back to school when you’re in your thirties.