I must be the only person in the world who wants Christmas to be over.
I’ve worked nearly 60 hours every week for the past month. This has left me no time to decompress or even worry about the LSAT I took at the beginning of this month. That might be a good thing. Sometimes I worry about it every now and then, but the fact that that was the last time I could take it helps me accept it no matter what “it” is. I really do feel an improvement coming on so as long as I can IMPROVE, I should hopefully be okay. Historically, every standardized test that I’ve taken more than once I’ve improved on, so I really hope history repeats itself.
I’m working on about 25 law school applications right now. I probably won’t send all 25, but they’re there if I need them. It’s going to take me another week or so to go through my attachments and edit them, but I feel confident in this cycle even if my LSAT score is subpar. I did my best and that’s all you can do. Despite the nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach, I’m excited to start hearing back from schools once I send all of these bad boys off in the next week.
I haven’t even had time to finish my Christmas shopping. It’s been a nightmare, but I’ll find some time to get it done whether it’s in between shifts or waking up at the crack of dawn to do it between now and Christmas.
On a random note, Dan and I’s college friends came up this weekend for the St. Petersburg Bowl which UCF luckily got to participate in. Sadly, we lost but it was amazing to see all of them again. It brings back old memories and reminds me how much I miss hanging out with them on a daily basis.
2010 is going to be a crazy year. I can feel it.