Behold the life of a 2L. Here, for your amusement, is an accounting of my day yesterday:
7:00 am – Up, did something constructive but I can't remember what.
8:50 am – Out the door, walk to school. This was bad, I should have left by 8:45.
9:00 am – er, 9:05am – Copyright class.
10:25 am – Go up to 14th floor to read for EU law.
10:40 am (or so) – Fire alarm. Walk down 14 floors.
11:00 am (or so) – Fire alarm over. Walk up 14 floors.
11:30 am – EU law.
12:25 pm – Wander through the building seeking advice on next year's moot courts. Apply.
1:00 pm – To journal office to begin source coordination.
1:30 pm – To student union for lunch and catching up on email, etc.
2:30 pm – To library for more source coordination.
3:30 pm – To another library for more source coordination.
4:00 pm – To career office for a job search counseling appointment.
5:10 pm – The conversation was so productive I completely missed the event at 4:30 I was supposed to be at, and I'm now 10 minutes late for Trial Advocacy. Oops.
8:00 pm – Trial Advocacy class over, stay late to talk to instructor.
8:30 pm – Finish (um, well, mostly) source coordination. Turn in.
8:50 pm – Leave school. Take T home. Stop off on the way to buy gum.
9:00 pm – Home. Microwave leftover spaghetti. Various miscellaneous activities.
11:55 pm – Sleep.
Of course, this was an easy day since I didn't even wake up at the crack of dawn to go swimming...
Today is much less complicated, as I'm staying home to do nothing but finish my note. And write this.