Like Christmas Eve Eve (in May)

Posted by T. Greg Doucette on May 1, 2010 in The 1L Life | Subscribe

Back when I was a kid, I had the hardest time falling asleep on Christmas Eve knowing that in only a few short hours there would hopefully be presents under the tree, or at the very least — and often more highly prized :beatup: — a bunch of candy in a stocking.

When I got a bit older, and especially when I moved out on my own, the whole giving and receiving of gifts thing took a back seat to spending time with loved ones… and cooking a doggone tasty dinner ;) So I found myself having a hard time sleeping on the eve of Christmas Eve instead, with the wide variety of work and festivities moments away.

Not sure if any of y’all have had a similar experience, but that’s a rough approximation for right now :)

Tomorrow starts the last round of studying for Civil Procedure II, the last exam on the 1L docket at the NCCU School of Law. Then Monday morning at 9am is the exam, and 3 hours after that… freedom :spin: I’ll have to officially re-title law:/dev/null as “A 2L Blog”, and then get busy enjoying not having schoolwork to do.

Needless to say I can’t wait :D

But first, a solid 24 hours of studying and 3 hours of exam-taking stand in the way. Keeping my head down and fingers firmly crossed…

Good night y’all :)

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