The moment of truth is finally upon me. I take the LSAT tomorrow morning at roughly 8:30 a.m. Yeah, I’m a little nervous, but I really feel as if I’m as ready as I’m going to be. I can’t help but feel excited too. I’ve put a lot of thought into this decision and I’m sure this is what I want to do.
The time I’ve had in between school has been amazing. It’s given me time to relax, save money, spend time with Dan, grow and think about everything that has happened in the past and has yet to be. I recommend this time to anyone. I was originally wanting to go to school right away, but I’m incredibly happy that I didn’t. I’ve really had a chance to catch up on things that I’ve wanted to do and just take it one day at a time.
Now that life is about to hit full swing again, I’m more prepared for it because of the time I’ve had to mull things over.
When I say life is about to get hectic. I mean REALLY HECTIC. Quite literately: I take the LSAT tomorrow, Dan goes to Atlanta for a week, I work on my personal statement, send it to my journalism buddies for editing, make sure my last transcript comes in from BCC, send applications at the end of October, take a trip to Chicago for a week in January, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, hear back from schools, work a lot, our lease ends December 31st, figure out how long we renew for, start heavy duty planning for our 2011 wedding, have everything set for the wedding by next summer.
Yeah, that’s some of it in a nutshell. Don’t worry: I have it under control.
I’ve been studying for the LSAT since March and I feel vastly more prepared than the last time I took it (which I cancelled my score because the testing center was horrible, and I just didn’t feel good about it at all). This is it my friends. Keep me in your thoughts and prayers. Too bad I have to wait 3 weeks until I get my score back. The wait is going to kill me!