On the first day at uni fresh out of high school, I remember being awestruck by how big the campus was. It was intimidating but beautiful at the same time.
In the days and years that followed, I grew accustomed to my surroundings and in my final year, I didn’t have to stop and think about where I was and could probably navigate my way blindfolded. I knew where the cleaner toilets were, where the ATMs were, where the best coffee was at and where all the best wi-fi spots were.
After I finished my very last class and my very last exam, as I was heading home on the main walkway, the campus no longer felt big or intimidating, but I was once again struck by how beautiful it was.
Happy National Coffee Day!
I didn’t start this blog to provide pro bono legal advice. If your legal question falls into a jurisdiction I practice in, and is interesting, or if I really feel for your cause, I might consider answering it seriously.
Regardless, NOTHING I say on this blog should be relied upon in legal proceedings without further advice from a licensed practitioner in your area.
Seriously, why would you even trust a random stranger off Tumblr for legal advice in the first place???
Could Sauron trace the ring if Frodo gives it away, and the successor in legal title sells it?
Every time something is due.
Anonymous asked: How does it feel to be so close to graduating? What are your plans after? What kind of jobs are you interested in?
Feels effing GOOD.
I’ll continue working full-time I guess.
I’ve got a few job offers lined up but I’m not sure what I’ll end up doing. I guess I’ve got a few more months to decide.