Monday, August 22, 2011

J.D. ...

just one more year.

Interviewing for a post-graduation job was a pretty good way to celebrate the first official day of the last year of classes. Cross your fingers for me. I won't hear until Oct. 15th at the earliest whether I'm employed or not.

Even though we are on Day 1, I've already pulled a 4 a.m. study night thanks to law review training. I have no doubt this year will keep me as sleep deprived as the rest. But coming back to campus made me realize how much I love the people I'm surrounded by every day and how much I will miss them when this crazy adventure is over. I can't think of a group of people I would have rather done this with.






3 comments:

Johanna said...

YOU CAN DO IT! You will rock this year. It's a prophecy.

Sierra said...

I am so proud of you! I think it is awesome of you... my Masters degree was hard enough. I can't imagine a doctorate. Good luck this year. There is finally a light at the end of the tunnel!

Mhana said...

Does your carrell/ study area/ classroom have a particular smell? Because that is what gets me nostalgic. In my rational mind I am begging for mercy and thinking that if I had gone the medical route, I'd be a doctor by now. But then I smell that weird linoleum chalk stale air smell of my office and I think "ahhh. Home"