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A SHORT STORY STARTING WITH" I felt so excited when I looked at the envelope"IN 120-180 W


mika1998 4 / 13 3  
Dec 15, 2013   #1
I felt so excited when I looked at the envelope. Well, it has been passed about two months since I had sent my application off and I was gradually starting to lose my hope. When on this rainy pitch-dark evening, checking mails on the doormat, trying to prevent them being wet, the letter mark as Harvard University caught my eyes.

Looking at the envelope enthusiastically, I just tried to open it as fast as I could, tearing with my hands. Although I was not certain if they applied me or not, I was just curious about what it has been written there. After reading the first sentence, I thought I am going to be in for a surprise. As I was reading the rest of the letter, I felt as if I was in a haze, hard to come out of, so I read it over and over to become certain about it.

Having become certain, I just talked to my mother about it and it simply began to spread out like a wildfire!!!

Phoenix21 2 / 3 1  
Dec 18, 2013   #2
A couple of grammatical errors in there somewhere,
what *was *written there
they admitted me sounds better, not applied me... hope it helps.
OP mika1998 4 / 13 3  
Jan 13, 2014   #3
thank u so much:)


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