Thursday, September 20, 2007

I'm not cranky

At least I don't think so. In an effort to provide a bit of mood diversity I am going to describe my afternoon. I don't usually do this because, I really don't think people are all that interested in the details of my day to day life instead of the big moments or my (admittedly cynical) views on politics or policy.

I went to professional responsibility class this morning (an unnecessary requirement in the training of lawyers), afterwards I got some work done, and then went to lunch with Karen and Alan.

We sat outside on a patio for two hours eating our lunch and drinking wine. We just relaxed, enjoyed the sun, and had a good time talking. I'll be visiting Karen's family this weekend so we discussed what we wanted to do (oh that reminds me, I might be MIA this weekend: I'm not sure if blogging will be a priority when I am visiting Karen's family). All in all, it was a pleasant, leisurely lunch.

The best thing is we do this at least three times a week now! Like I said before, for third year law students with jobs, school is only a minimal commitment.

Now, don't you wish you were me? ;-)

4 comments:

Karen said...

Amen my brother! And I still contend that I am actually making money...you and your "economics"...

jonathan said...

Will you practice in a jurisdiction that requires the MPRE? If your PR class is anything like mine was, it does nothing to prepare you for the exam.

Two helpful suggestions:
1. What Would Jesus Do (or, I guess, what would the board of law examiners do)
2. Rat on everyone except your client.

Tim in Italy said...

An entire post? I quiver, but remain unconvinced. I'll stand by my advice if only because it can't hurt.

Pete said...

Oh yes, I wish I was your age...