Monday, May 21, 2007
Old Blogs Never Die, They Just Fade Away
To make matters worse, starting today, I begin studying for the New York Bar Exam. That means 4 hours a day watching videos of law professors yammer on about a topic of law I learned 3 years ago, and another 4-7 hours reviewing and preparing for the next class. The next two months are not going to fun, and any spare time I have I probably won't want to spend it in front of my laptop.
And then what? I'm no longer going to be Classmate-Wearing-Yarmulka! For the first time in my life, I'm no longer going to be a student. I'm going to be Lawyer-Wearing-Yarmulka, or Attorney-Wearing-Yarmulka. (As soon as a I find a job).
I don't want to pull the plug on 400 posts and almost two years of work, so I guess I'm going to leave everything up, just in case my mojo comes back after the bar exam.
It's been fun folks.
Jonathan Kramer, Esq.
Don't spend too much time on it early, you'll burn out. Save it up for the July stretch run.
Anyway, best of luck, and I hope you get it back, even as a new incarnation: Associate-Wearing-Yarmulke, and then, eight-or-so years later, Partner-Wearing-Yarmulke.
And then me, you and Nephtuli can start our own firm: Bloggers, LLP.
B'hatzlacha on the exam.