Saturday, November 29, 2008

So...(a different kind of post)

Still waiting on law schools to accept me. Accept me! Here that law school admission gods? C'mon...

In other news, I've never blogged about my 'love' life before, or rather my lack of one, because obviously there hasn't been a need to and I don't feel that it's relevant to the purpose I want this blog to serve (recording the law school admission process) but there is this boy who is trying it seems to what boys do, or something like that. He'll text or facebook wanting to hang out and whatever, I turn him down. I just don't know. It takes a lot of talking and time for me to be comfortable with people and I just don't know him yet and when he keeps wanting to come over, usually at night, to hang out...well I don't know. Something about that makes me uncomfortable - not in a 'he's going to attack me sort of way' but a 'this is my space, MY SPACE, stay out, boys are yucky' kind of way. Also, I'm not attracted to him which could be an issue and maybe not. Maybe getting to know him I could be attracted to him, who knows. He's nice and took pictures of Obama on November 4th when he won.

Blah. I don't know. My first reaction when he texts is 'don't text me.' Which is probably a sign of where this is heading... just saying. So this is all probably for naught, but cathartic nonetheless.

Oh! and I took a quiz

Your result for The Attachment Style Test...

The Player

29% Anxiety Over Abandonment and 57% Avoidance Of Intimacy

You are most comfortable without close emotional relationships. It is very important to you to feel independent and self-sufficient, and you hate the idea of having to depend on others or having others depend on you. The very few times you have fallen in love, it was probably with someone unattainable and disinterested. You know how to have a good time with your friends, but when it comes time to bare your deeper feelings, you tend to laugh nervously and change the subject.

Fictional character with whom you might identify: Captain Jack Harkness (Doctor Who/Torchwood), Holly Golightly (Breakfast at Tiffany's)

CaptainJackHarkness.jpg HollyGolightly.jpg

Other Attachment Types:
Secure: The Unicorn | The Cuddleslut | The Free Agent
Preoccupied: The Cling Wrap | The Squid | The Insect
Fearful: The Doormat | The Leper | The Exile
Dismissing: The Hermit | The Stone | The Player
Confused: The Waffler

Take The Attachment Style Test
at HelloQuizzy

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

iTunes Bill

My iTunes bill is:

Bob Dylan
Barry Manilow
Florence and the Machine

Eclectic, yes?

The final count is 15. I applied to 15 law schools. A part of me thinks this is overkill, another part thinks I should keep applying. It could happen. I only meant to apply to 12. Then I sat down at the computer and next thing I knew I was filling out applications and hitting the 'submit' button. Damn LSAC and it's convenient website.

I have to work on two papers over break. Thankfully, only one of them is somewhat due when I get back to school (I have to make a 30 minute presentation). I also have to do an interview project, but that won't be too awful.

I love being home.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


I have applied to 9 law schools. 9.

I'm so impatient. Accept me! Oh law school admission gods, here my pleas, accept me into your law schools! I promise to try and be a good student. At the very least, I'll try to not bring shame upon your law school name. I'll do something with my law school degree too and where the school name on sweatshirts and sweatpants with pride. Just please, let me into your schools and do it soon. The wait is killing me.

Though in all technicalities I've only been waiting (at the maximum) for 6 days and (at the minimum) for 1 hours...still.

I applied to my undergrad's law school today. That one terrifies me. Our law school is actually pretty good and my LSAT score is in the 25th - 75th percentile range, though it's a bit closer to the 25th percentile than I'd like. I'd be so heartbroken if my undergrad's law school were to reject me.

I'm going to develop an ulcer.

I skipped work today, the whole today. I slept instead. My body needed it. I've been so exhausted for the past few days. I'm going to nap now. Maybe it will make time faster...

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Law shiz

I've applied to five law schools so far. I wish I would have sent in my applications sooner but I had to wait on a professor to send in his letter of recommendation. I forgot to remind him sooner (seriously I asked him to write a letter for me back in September...) so I'm applying now. Ugh.

So kids remind your professors to send in their letters!

I really want a puppy but I can't have one at my apartment. Damn it.

I am so looking forward to Thanksgiving break. Though I'll have to write a paper over it... oh well.

Friday, November 7, 2008


I can understand not voting for Obama because of his tax cuts or because he's inexperienced or because of his lack of military knowledge, but my parents chose to not vote for him (and are now extremely upset that he won) because they say he's a terrorist.

Call me crazy, but I don't think the American people would have elected a terrorist, I don't think the media would have let that little fact just slip by, but my parents are convinced that they did. I tried to rationalize this with my dad today but he was having none of it. Which really makes me sad because between my parents, my dad is the rational one. He was the one I would always discuss politics with because we had different opinions we could have a calm discussion about it and that meant a lot to me. Now I feel as if I can't discuss politics with him or my mom because they aren't thinking rationally right now.

It makes me sad that I can't share this monumental historical event with them and discuss it with them. I've always valued what they have had to say and I feel like that is loss right now because they are so upset that McCain lost. I tried to discuss with my dad the fact that Palin didn't know that Africa was a continent, but he just wouldn't hear it.

On the brightside, he did say that he thought California should have failed Prop 8 (No to H8). So, maybe there is some hope.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Confession Time!

I have a huge crush on Seth Rogen. He's sexy.

Also, remember to vote!