I now present: In Her Own Words #5:
I haven't gone to the "In Her Own Words" well since Roundup #67. I pull quotes from MILP blogs, hopefully out of context in a way that makes you want to click, and call that a theme. Yep, shamefully lazy. But even back at #53 I warned you it would would repeat, again.
So without further ado...
Legal Profession & Law School:
- The secret lawyer language is now becoming unraveled, I can now use the terms color of title, adverse possession, trespass to chattels, and manifestation of mutual assent... Mom and Law Student?
- Moot court and Mock Trial intramural competitions are both going on this week, and I have chosen to do both. Newlawmom.
- Civil Procedure - p101-106, p113-122. Undermotivated Overachiever.
- But as soon as I am off the market, jobs start popping up everywhere. Legally Certifiable.
- I was less than impressed by Big Law Defense Lawyer Atty Work Product.
- He is annoyed that I wrote about conditioner instead of about how love lifted us up where we belong, where the eagles fly, on a mountain high, or something similar. And You Know What Else
- Right now when someone asks how long we've been married I always feel the need to add in the four years we spent dating... Lag Liv.
- This has been a long time coming - and possibly many have guessed this. JDWannabe
- I know that all babies develop differently and I know that Timmy is just fine. But I keep finding that I compare him to every baby of a similar age that we meet now. Better Together
- Henry is beside himself with pride about having a brother. Rayne of Terror.
- Hell, even CROCS are too narrow for my kid's feet. TrannyHead.
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* Yes, this is from Nightmare On Elm Street #5... I have an increasingly misnamed trilogy going here. Yes, that was a Douglas Adams reference. You must be so glad you read the footnotes... both of you that do :-)