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Oh well

I’m an alternate for the only class I really wanted next semester, and it’s unlikely that I will get into it. This is despite putting an ungodly amount of points on it. Sigh. Now I have to decide whether I want to take Corporations (helpful, but not at all what I’m interested in), International Environmental Law (environmental law!), or Children in the Law (people based, I liked Education Law which was from the same professor). Or I could take some other useful class like Real Estate Transactions, but which is at a very late time in the day. Sigh. IF any of these are open, then I will have to decide.

The classes I did get into were Evidence and International Human Rights. Evidence is useful and may be interesting and Perry Mason like. International Human Rights could either be very interesting or exceedingly dry and brain rotting. It will be the only International law class I have taken while in law school (unless, of course, I decide to take International Environmental Law).

I’m really torn between taking Corporations and taking anything else. I probably should take Corporations, but I hate it!

Long Overdue

It doesn’t feel like I haven’t been here in weeks, but I guess that’s because I’ve been so busy recently. Mostly in a good way.

Let’s work from most recent first!

This past weekend, I had a fantabulous time at my cousin R’s bridal luncheon at the Swan Coach House in Atlanta. It was so nice to see everyone–our party was mostly family, plus R’s soon-to-be mother-in-law and her friend who is also a bridesmaid. All of the girl cousins were there and there’s really not many things better than that. The Swan Coach House is a beautiful place, and we even had a “swan” for dessert! Made out of chocolate mousse and meringue, at least. It has inspired me to hunt up the swan dessert in my old MSL–which means I will need to practice making cream puffs and eclairs and profiteroles this Christmas (the dough for those is the same as for the swan’s body, etc.). I can’t wait until the semester is over and I will have time to play again!

Not that I haven’t been having a grand old time this semester when I get the chance. … The weekend before last, I went to Raleigh for Fall Break and fit in an extra day there! Reed and I went to Chris Mooney’s book talk/signing for The Republican War on Science. It was at *the* bookstore in Raleigh, Quail Ridge Books and Music. Professor Steve Steve also went along, of course, because it was science-related. Now I can say that I’ve met two people who have been on The Daily Show, although Chris is much nicer than Dr. Larson. (In my opinion.) Also, Reed forced me to watch almost all of the Her0es episodes that have aired recently and Squidbillies (woohoo!). I think I like Her0es ok, but I’m not head over heels about it. Squidbillies rocks, of course. We also got to walk around Centennial Campus where Reed works, which is pretty, and ate at the State Farmers’ Market! Apple cider samples!

On Sunday, we went to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and learned all the things about North Carolina that we would have learned in elementary school there–what kinds of geology the state has, what kinds of animals live there, what the different habitats are. Most of which is similar to Georgia’s, except for the geology part which is much more complicated. And we saw the Acrocanthosaurus, which is not a Tyrannasaurus rex, and which I have a pressed penny of. Pressed pennies are so wonderful.

And now, what seems like yesterday but was really 3 weeks ago now (!), N and I went back to Black Rock Mountain State Park, where we went camping in March! We hiked the “most strenuous” Edmonds Trail, which is 7.2 miles over a couple of ridges. It’s a beautiful trail, and we ate lunch at the overlook cliff which is very nice. Besides the overlook, there is also a pretty waterfall as a major highlight. The winter views through the trees of the other ridges would probably be lovely. We also ended up hiking around the lake, watching the fishies and geesies that live there! So beautiful, and when I get pictures developed, I will scan them in. The best part is that we got our “Survivor” t-shirts that we saw when we came camping! Who knew we could be motivated to do almost a day’s worth of work for a t-shirt? (Well, anyone who’s met me probably would know that about me, but it’s still ODD when you think about it.) But it did show me that I need to start exercising again because I was SO tired during the last mile. Ha. We also discovered a fancy McD’s in Cornelia, of all places.

Also that weekend (best for last!), we welcomed our first nephew into the family! He is very cute, and I can’t wait to see him again…maybe I will hold him this time! Little babies are scary. It’s very exciting to have a new baby in the family, though!

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