May 2011


With my first year of law school. ¬†ūüôā

Only two more years to go!

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I want this!

It’s a TARDIS cookie jar! ¬†You can find it on http://www.bbcamericashop.com. ¬†Now that you know where to find it, you can go ahead and buy it for me. ¬†It’s ok, I’ll wait.

And I realize that I’ve just “outed” myself as a Doctor Who lover, but really, it’s an awesome show. ¬†Go watch it.

One final down, two to go! ¬†And one paper, but that’s not nearly so bad.

So, I have my four-hour long (!) property final tomorrow at 9 am.

It’s all multiple choice (with some true/false thrown in for good measure).

I’m terrified. ¬†You can’t BS your way through a multiple choice exam! ¬†I mean, it’s like my professor actually expects me to know¬†this stuff. ¬†The nerve!

Alright, I’m going to bed. ¬†No point studying anymore, and I have to get up early tomorrow since I’m currently staying with my parents (I hate studying in the law library during finals…way too intense). ¬†I have about an hour drive back to school, so I’m planning on leaving a bit early just in case there’s loads of traffic. ¬†I figure the sooner I get there, the more time I have to cram various stuff in my head (like the Rule Against Perpetuities, which can suck it).

My first law school final (Constitutional Law I) for the spring semester is tomorrow.

I’m a bit nervous.

One big reason why I’m nervous is because it’s closed book. ¬†I hate closed book exams. ¬†I feel like I know the material well, but I like having an outline with me, just in case I forget something. ¬†It’s like a security blanket.

Another reason why I’m nervous is because my professor is an extremely tough grader. ¬†She tends to give out a lot of Cs, and the last few years she’s even had several Ds and Fs. ¬†*insert worried expression here* ¬†Oy, I hope I do well. ¬†Especially since she’s my professor for Constitutional Law II next semester.

Alright, just a little bit more studying, then off to bed.  Wish me luck!