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Friday, May 27, 2011

Raise Your Glass

I have a confession. Despite what my blog entries have suggested, I've been a bit spastic lately. And for those reading this who know me--I mean more spastic than I usually am.

Getting older isn't as great as it's cracked up to be. Suddenly you have all of these responsibilities. Your biggest worry isn't a simple exam, but one that will determine your entire future. My LSAT is in one week and to say that I am feeling the pressure is an understatement.

In the rush of LSAT prep, I'll admit that I've taken the simpler things here for granted. They seem inconsequential when pitted against three hour prep tests. But they are important. They are the little things that I barely think about, but probably keep me from going completely mad.

So, here's to all the things I don't think twice about.

Here's to sunny days in May.

To staying up late with a good book.

Passing the afternoon with some Pride and Prejudice.

Said Pride and Prejudice sparking a full Colin Firth appreciation week.

Discovering a new recipe.

Spending a night with friends.

A night with family.

And then here's to you, my lovely readers.


  1. great post! my husband just finished his 1L yesterday so I'm very familiar with the LSAT - good luck!

  2. I used to think I'd become a lawyer and take the LSAT, so glad i became a housewife instead. Leave the hard work to others is my motto :D. Anyways, best of luck daaaaaahling, I'll be crossing my fingers for you.
    *kisses* HH