Livin' It Up Law School Style

The First Year, They Scare You To Death;
The Second Year, They Work You To Death;
The Third Year, They Bore You To Death.

Glimpses into the oh-so-exciting life of a 3rd year student at LSU Law School


My Life As It Stands Today

I'm really loving my new job. I keep getting new assignments from the partners, which I presume to mean that they like the quality of my work. Beyond that, I'm riding a lot, working out even more, cooking, and going to class.

This weekend should be fun - Lakeview Harbor Party!!! There is very little I like more than GOOD burgers, except maybe seeing Benny Grunch and the Bunch!

Con Law II isn't as bad as I thought it would be. Professor Baier is highly amusing, and makes the class a bit more interesting than it probably should be. I'm trying to memorize memorable quotes already in anticipation of my July 19 exam.

Then, July 25-29, I'll be shipping up to North Carolina for the Blue Ridge Saddlebred/Morgan show. It'll be my very first time ever showing a saddlebred, so I'm pretty excited! Hopefully, I'll be slim enough by then that my suit will actually look good on me!


At 10:09 AM, Anonymous Emperor Palpatine said...

Any chance you might stop by Atlanta on your way back, so I can see ya?

At 10:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

and.... How dare you have a life!!!!

At 2:51 AM, Blogger LSULawChick said...

I do drive through atlanta on the way up and back - it depends on if I'm caravanning, how many people are with me, and whether I get lazy and fly - you shouldn't hold your breath, but you can cross your fingers.

AND - I love my quasi-life, dammit!

At 4:36 AM, Anonymous Emperor Palpatine said...

*exhales and inhales*I'm glad you told me not to hold my breath. I was about to pass out.

A quasi-life? Like Quasimodo?

At 5:16 AM, Blogger LSULawChick said...

My dad used to tease me about being a Hunchback, because when I was rockclimbing a lot, I had HUGE shoulders and trapezius muscles, and I thought I looked like I had a hump!


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