I have two months until I graduate from law school. This boggles my mind a little. A) I don't feel that much older than I did three years ago (heavier and more tired yes, older no), B) I've been at this school three years and its passed so quickly, the next two months are going to go by super duper fast.
In the next two months a lot of things are happening, I'm going to meet my boyfriends parents for the first time, I need to prepare for 5 exams, I have to get a cavity filled, prepare for and celebrate Passover, the TallMan is going to a conference in Seattle, a flurry of reading days, 5 exams in 6 days, and somewhere in there I need to apply for the Bar which is a fairly lengthy process I know nothing about because they haven't posted it on their website yet. Also, it is entirely possible in the next two months I need to find an apartment with TallMan and talk to my parents about the TallMan and my plans for the future. Oh and it would be great if I could find a job during this time as well.
The crazy thing is, these next two months are going to be blissfully calm and relatively light compared to June and July, during which I need to learn all of the laws, how to take a multiple choice test, and how to write an essay for that little test they call the Bar.
Am I ready to graduate? Yes. Am I ready to take my exams? No. But I have plenty of time to study, as long as I pace myself and don't get distracted.
Ooooh look, snow, and a shiny thing over there, and has anyone played on Words with Friends? Damn it!