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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Oatmeal for Dinner & Other Signs of the Apocalypse

Greetings Friends,

It's finals over here and that means one thing. Meals are scarce (i.e., hopefully this starvation leads to looking great just in time for bikini season). I had oatmeal for dinner and Udeme had one measly piece of chicken for lunch. I don't know what Nicole had but as long as she didn't faint I'm going to assume she got enough calories for the day. Finals suck and one of the many unfortunate results of it being finals season if not even having enough time to make or eat a decent meal. Other unfortunate things: excessive intake of caffeine that leads to feeling like you just did an 8ball, taking 5 minute study breaks to watch Nightline, wondering if the library has a copy of "Don't Jump" on reserve, watching a YouTube video where a little girl gets blasted in the face by her father who is playing his video game much too intensely, etc. The ONLY positive of countless hours in the library is late night dance parties.
Anyways, in typical end of the year fashion we have a list of things to accomplish before heading our separate ways for the summer. These activities include:
1. Celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Lauriol Plaza (repeat of last year). I will be in attendance even though I will still have one more final to take.
2. Getting blackout and making poor decisions at the annual wife beater party.
3. Going to the zoo and trying not get stabbed
4. Going to the Holocaust museum? (Nicole is clearly trying to bring down the happiness vibe).
5. Couchin'
6. Getting blackout and making poor decisions at other locations.

The main thing is we cannot wait to say goodbye to 2L year. There's no doubt that the best is yet to come.

Pikachu out.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Books on Books on Books.

It’s that wretched time of the year again. Le Sigh. Final exam season is in full swing. That means caffeine highs for the girls, trips to the HUSL and Catholic University libraries, having sessions in my beloved desk chair, eating one meal a day etc. Thankfully, we got our fill yesterday here in the District thanks to livingsocial.com; who could ever say no to $1 meal? We sure didn’t. We ate a lovely lunch at Tesoros yesterday which happens to be right by the law school. I can say with confidence that that was the closest to a personal day that we will have until the end of exams. Ni-Cole and I are counting down to May 5th and Pikachu Sims will join us on May 9th. We have our minds set on getting quite loose to celebrate the end of our 2L year. It has been a rough and rocky one. We’re just praying to get through. It’s been hard to focus because that 1L newness and fear is long gone. So we are just trying to study as much as possible, and of course, we are hoping to yield good results. That is all…back to stuDYING.

In Brevity,