Monday, July 13, 2009

And so on

I may regret saying this later but I feel like the summer is just dragging on. Listen - I want it to speed up. It would be nice if there was a way for it to speed up for me, but keep at the same pace or hell, even slow down for others. Alas, that is not possible...yet.

I feel like the above paragraph is gibberish. I don't know what I mean. I'm tired. Last night I couldn't get to sleep. I had all the lights off and the tv off in my room, but couldn't sleep. At one point I looked at my phone to see what time it was - 3:33 AM. I actually thought of Sonia Sotomayor, wondering how she was sleeping. Given this comment one could say things went well, regardless of how well she slept last night. It didn't matter much at work how well I slept either. I showed up, did my part, and left the same time as everyone else. Woo! One big cheer for monotony!

The boredom. It's driving me crazy and I don't know how to make it go away. I finished a book today. I liked it. It was crazy and interesting and almost bittersweet. I'm not sure what I'm going to read next. I have some books lying around, so that's not a problem.

Nothing new on the law school front. Orientation in a month. I haven't got my laptop yet, but I will hopefully soon. The bookstore on campus said they were ordering more of the one I like. It's just a matter of time now until it comes in.

The day is almost over and I'm beginning to nod off.

Goodbye, Blue Monday.


Anonymous said...

I'd like to tell you the boredom of waiting for law school will get better. It sucks, for sure. Don't worry though - once you start school you'll be busy and time will go by quickly. I know it sounds like hokey advice, but enjoy your downtime now, trust me!

Anonymous said...

Enjoy it, but I know how unlikely that actually is :) I'm bored too, ready to get back to school. Ready to get moved and settled, ready for my loan money to come in (lol)...but I've got about a month to go too and I'm planning to squeeze in as much fun, frivolity, and relaxation as I can, because come fall there will be little to be found :)