Freedom

Last Thurs­day, I fin­ished the third and final day of the Cal­i­for­nia Bar Exam, putting an end to two months of con­stant study­ing and tremen­dous stress.  I was pre­vi­ously skep­ti­cal of claims that the bar exam was the hard­est thing peo­ple had gone through in their lives.  Not so skep­ti­cal any­more.  Very glad to have that expe­ri­ence behind me.

I’m now in San Diego vis­it­ing my brother and his fiancée.  The next few weeks are pure free­dom, which is a really odd but really wel­come feel­ing.  I’ll be going to the Out­side Lands music fes­ti­val in Golden Gate Park, vis­it­ing Google to talk to legal assis­tants about law school, plan­ning our hon­ey­moon to Greece (!), and get­ting ready for our wed­ding — includ­ing danc­ing lessons for our first dance!  And of course, watch­ing TV, drink­ing beer, and doing as lit­tle think­ing about the law as pos­si­ble.