That's not what the Death card means

Wearing layers and laying in wait
written 2006-09-29 10:52:39

It's still cold. I think I expected it to warm up after a little cold snap, but I've been proven wrong. I've heard locals repeat that always-co-opted cliche: "If you don't like the weather in Ohio, wait ten minutes." Well, I've been waiting for a week or so.

I'm going to be shoring up, academically speaking, this weekend and in the weeks to come. I have the Professional Responsibility Exam coming up the first weekend in November, and a prep session for it the weekend before that, I'm going to Cooperstown, and I have to plan for a trip Back East for Turkey Day. That said, I have to spend some time studying and planning for the expected gaps in my study schedule.

Less sad this week. Yay.

There are some 2L girls sitting and chatting at the table next to me. One wants a Vespa, because she hates driving her car everywhere. One is outraged that the school won't let her boyfriend cancel his school health insurance, because "obviously" his dad's insurance covers him. And one can't decide where to stay in Las Vegas - Bellagio or somewhere else.

It's good to remember that this place is a haven for trust fund kids and the offspring of the affluent. Sometimes I make a mistake and think of them as people.

--10:52 AM, EST, Ada, OH, where the chickens is coming home to roost, y'all

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