Sorry I Haven’t Emailed You Back, I Was Trying To Come Up With An Excuse For Why I Haven’t Emailed You Back

Hey, Julia.

It was great to hear from you. I hope you’re doing well. I’m sorry for the delay in emailing you back. I’ve just been so busy trying to come up with an excuse for why I haven’t emailed you back yet.

I think that sounds great for the project timeline. Everything is going smoothly on my end, and it sounds like Robbie and Eric are getting their work done as well. Going forward I’ll be sure to update you about how things are going in a more timely fashion, it’s just that I got caught up trying to come up with a really good excuse for why I hadn’t actually taken five minutes to email you back.

Is everything going alright on your end? The powerpoint looks good so far, but have any problems with research come up? I think we should probably meet with Professor Keller soon just to go over the everything on the first few slides. Thanks again for sending me that article you found. I’ve been meaning to thank you, but I didn’t have a good excuse for why I haven’t yet.

I hope you’re doing well! I remember you were really stressing over that grad school application. How did that end up? I meant to ask you about that sooner, but you know how it gets when you just keep putting that one email off until you really can’t send it without explaining why it took so long.

Anyway, as stressful as group projects can be, I think we’re definitely on the right track here. Please let me know if you think there are any other tasks we should get working on soon, or if you have any other questions. I’ll be sure to get back to you with some shady excuse about why I haven’t gotten back to you yet.

Best, Andrea

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