My law school odyssey: three years, three time zones and beyond.
Tomorrow my clerkship begins, which means that today is truly the last day of my law school odyssey. I will go to sleep an adventurer and wake up an ordinary working stiff, and this whole saga -- melodramatic and exhausting and ungodly long -- will be concluded. Full stop.
final thoughts on: work and vacation
final thoughts on: law school and relationships
final thoughts on: pursuing your dreams
final thoughts on: the three years of law school
final thoughts on: who we claim to be
final thoughts on: the things we carry
Vegan Avocado Milkshakes
final thoughts on: transferring law schools
final thoughts on: the bad place, and how to avoid it
final thoughts on: exams and grades
Test post to make sure that Blogger, unlike my MT install, is still willing to play nice with me.thus spake /jca @ 5:26 AM...
The Month Looking Backward, which should have been chugging along at full speed by now, has been delayed by a family funeral.
final thoughts on: law firm recruiting
Today my husband went to the university bookstore and spent our entire stash of Barnes & Noble gift cards, and then some, on a small pair of textbooks. Not wishing to be outdone, I marched off to the mall and spent somewhat less than our entire stash of Borders gift cards on six new novels.
Several days later and the car has been sold, the wills have been executed, lunch has been had with the financial adviser, various (but not enough) friends have been caught-up-with, Mendocino was as magical as ever, the flight home to Boston was painfully crowded, and now California is another line item on the list of places where we used to live.