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We made it official in the middle of second year and after two years of great times and academic challenges, we were engaged to be married.
By our second year, we realized it was true love, and it hit us like a ton of bricks.
For her, I'm not so sure of her original thoughts—I was a little more rough around the edges than she was used to, but at least she thought I was cute. We never did discuss marriage, but then again, we never did discuss leaving each other. Our bond is that much stronger because we went to Columbia together. "I started dental school in August of 2003 and was assigned to live in Bard Hall with the other first year students on the health sciences campus.
For me, I knew right away that she was the girl for me—pretty, intelligent, and fun to be with. So, we each decided to go to graduate school in NYC. And it's convenient to both know where to get the biggest slice of pizza in NYC.