So, I’m in that “in-between” stage after graduating law school, studying for two months, then sitting for the bar exam – and now waiting for results. Oh yes, now I need to earn some money. I could eat my degree, but I’m sure the paper won’t taste too good, and it won’t make too many meals.
It’s a weird place to be—after 7 years of studying and working part-time, I find myself without much to study, and with no work. I have a few potential options, but nothing solid yet. It appears that very soon my only option will be putting that JD to work in solving the analytical problems that arise during fast-food preparation.
I sure hope I passed the bar exam…
Assuming I passed, I can’t wait to start helping people sort through their legal problems. I truly am excited about that opportunity.
As Tom Petty once said, (albeit about a different subject matter):
“The waiting is the hardest part;
Every day you see one more card;
You take it on faith, you take it to the heart;
The waiting is the hardest part.”