Saturday, April 4, 2009

Sallie Mae I have a scholarship please??

I have to let Ryan know just how proud I am of him. He works so hard with his school work and succeeds beyond any expectation. He recently received the Sallie Mae scholarship in which only 8 students from Salt Lake and Utah counties receive. Way to go Ry! I'm so proud of you and thank you for working so dang hard!

9 comments:

Dari said...

That is so awesome!! It pays off to be such a hard worker. Good Job Ry! What a blessing :)

Stutz Family said...

Way to go Ryan! He is so awesome, Ash I knew you found a keeper!

Rachelle said...

hi ashley! Congrats on the scholarship! very cool. just stopping by to say hi. i always forget you have a blog and then i see you on other transcriptionists so i'm going to add you to my friend list so i don't keep losing you! hope you are doing good. :)

Rachelle said...

i'm so excited for you! i had no idea you were going through that. if you ever need any help or someone to listen while you freak our, i'm right here! i couldn't have gone through it without my cousin's help but then again, you are probably more sane than me...LOL! so excited for you! we still have classes we are doing so maybe we will be running in to you guys there! :) what step are you on. email me at rachelle.marie.marshall@gmail.com whenever you want!!! ♥

Stephanie said...

Way to go I always knew he was a smartie pants--Have you ever known a high school student who would get up and study the dictionary at 5:30 in the morning just to broaden their vocabulary---Oh yeah you married him! LOL

Chris and Christina said...

congrats on the scholarship! come check out our blog: brutisandtwink.blogspot.com

The Serre's said...

Cute blog! Thanks for posting on my blog. I feel like a loser when nobody comments! It was way good to see you guys. Don't be strangers!

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