An Update on My Scholarship Recipient

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Amanda Kitten, University of Dallas first-year student.
Amanda Kitten, University of Dallas first-year student.

Hello again fellow investor!

As many of you know, I gave a scholarship last year to the valedictorian of the high school that I attended way back when. She’s been busy with school, so I hadn’t heard from her in a while, but it was a nice surprise to receive an email from her the other day. She’s clearly doing well, and it feels good to know that I helped (I know, just a little bit) to make college a reality for her. Here’s the email…

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Dear Mr. Smith,

It’s been a long time, but I wanted to let you know how my first semester of college went. I was extremely busy with volleyball and school work. I thought I was busy in high school, but it turns out I didn’t even know what busy meant! It all turned out alright, though. My GPA is currently 3.95 (thanks to one pesky A-). I still have no idea what I want to do with my life, and my major has yet to be declared. I love my school and what I’m learning. Thank you for helping to make it possible for me to be there. I really appreciate it.

Sincerely,
Amanda Kitten

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Until next time, happy (and profitable) investing!

Doug Smith
Real Estate Investor
Founder of MyHouseDeals.com

Doug Smith

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