Also, it was perfectly acceptable to scribble all over yourself with gel pens and fall asleep at 8 p.m. without any judgement. Adulthood is hard.
I have my first (and technically only) final tomorrow, and I know it’s going to absolutely brutal. I’ve taken plenty of law school finals to know that when I walk back into my house tomorrow afternoon, this will be me:
Despite the ominous cloud that is currently hanging over my head, I AM OVER THE MOON. Why? Because yesterday my little blog reached 100 followers, AND it had the most page views in its history! So, as of right now, this IS me:
Thank you to everyone who has viewed, liked, commented, and followed The Hashtag Generation! And thank you all for sharing a little piece of your life with us with your blogs. Aaaaand thank you giving me a little glimmer of happiness in what is otherwise a dreadful week (I have five papers I have to edit and submit :/). #grateful
On last night’s new episode of “New Girl,” Schmidt got sued and reluctantly hired Nick as his lawyer. You know, Nick Miller. He’s the guy who dropped out of law school (but still took the bar exam and passed) and has never litigated a case before in his life. Nick’s pitch to Schmidt is pretty much the equivalent of the pep talk I give to myself before delivering an oral argument in class.
Also, at the end of the plaintiff’s deposition, he says this: