Friday, May 06, 2005

Best 22 Hours of My Life (Dedicated to International Law)

I've taken numerous 24 Hr. Take Home Exams as a law student, but the one I just uploaded was the closest to actually being a 24 Hr. Take Home. With the exception of the time I spent sleeping from 1:30 to 6:30 last night, and when I sort of fell asleep on the couch yesterday afternoon, and when my neighbor had me come over to his apartment to see if I wanted to buy it (of course I wanted to buy it, he should have asked me if I could buy it), and, okay, two or three phone calls and of course my dinnerlunch, and when I watched last night's musical performance on Letterman,okay, as I was saying, with the exception of all those instances, the last 22 hours were nothing but reading and typing for me. BUT here's the thing, I felt absolutely brilliant about it the whole time, like I always knew what to say or do, but being on top of things for 16 or 17 hours straight (let's not get caught up with the math) doesn't make up for the fact that I had to be on top of something for 16 or 17 hours. But whatever, boo hoo hoo, I'm done. Here comes a nap, then comes the Admiralty Law.

Oh, yeah, and also, there are free donuts at the Law School during finals. Which is great. But it's not like I had to say that. (That it's great that there are free donuts)

1 comment:

Sara said...

Ummm, I thought this was a particularly clever/funny post. Way to go... (And uh, way to go on that test, too.)