I feel scammed. I was told that the second year of law school is way easier than the first year. False. There is so much more work to do second year. It has been a long year and I am glad I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. My (and Nicole's) last final is on May 14th at 6pm. I cannot wait for this weekend! I plan on sleeping as much as possible and playing video games. I am not a fan of Grey's Anatomy (Nicole is), however, I did enjoy the first season, (before it turned into a soap opera and was actually a medical show); anyway, Meredith says something in the first season like, "Why do I continue to hit myself in the face with a hammer? Because it feels so good when you stop." That's kind of how law school is, and how great this weekend will be. It is very rewarding to finish a semester and I am glad to be almost done with another year. I am looking forward to having a more "normal" summer of "just" working 40 hours per week. I think the last normal summer I had was after senior year of High School. Let's see: after Freshman year of college I worked 40 hours per week and took classes at the U; after Sophomore year I was at Ft. Sill, OK for 10 weeks; after Junior year I was at Ft. Jackson for 10 weeks; after Senior year I worked 40 hours per week at Choice Auto and 24 hours per week at Holiday Inn Metrodome; last summer I took classes at Mitchell, spent 2 weeks at Ft. McCoy and got married!
My goals for this summer: Play more golf, go to the beach and attend as many Twins games as possible!