"Unsuspecting Sunday Afternoon"

For some unknown reason, I voluntarily got out of bed before 9:00 this morning. Not sure why. It’s been an hour since then, and I really haven’t done anything productive to warrant my early rising. Meh.

I am going to enjoy yet another day off. That’s four in a row. I feel so much more centered, focused, yadda, yadda, yadda. I needed this. Without it, I might have had a little breakdown, though I think I was pretty close. It’s time to start looking for another job…

Yesterday was the LSAT. What a pain in the ass. I had to be there before 8:30, and we didn’t actually start until 9:30. Then you fill out one form, and then another, and then you write a certifying statement, and then they have to make sure that you’re you. Then you write a section. You stop. You write the next one. Stop. Write the 3rd one. Then you have a break, but before you take the break, you have to hand in your test, which involves more identification, forms, etc. Then you come back, they hand back the tests, you confirm yet again that you are you, double check to make sure you have the correct exam booklet. Then you write another section. Stop. Write the last section. Stop. Hand in the test booklet. Hand out the written sample topic. Fill out some more forms. Write the written sample. Hand the written sample in. Wait until they confirm that there are the same number of test books and written samples. Finally, 5 1/2 hours after you began, you can leave. Did I mention what a pain in the ass it is?

So how was the actually test? Well, for the little I actually studied, I guess it was okay. The games section didn’t go so well; I only got through 2 of them. And who knows if I got any of the questions right. The rest was okay. One of the reading comprehension sections was the ‘experimental section.’ I hate how they make you do an extra 35 minutes of work for them; I basically paid for them to use me as a research guinea pig. Stupid.

I have absolutely no idea how well/poorly I did. I really don’t want to write the stupid thing again. It’s a pain in the ass. I think I already mentioned that…

Anyway, I’m thinking that I’m going to apply to both law school and the Masters in Political Science program. My POLS 405 professor sent me an email the other day, stating that my essay for his class was one of the best he’s read. He said he’s going to try and convince me to do the Master’s program. It is only one year. What’s a year when you’ve been going to school for the previous eight? Anyway, I went home and reread my paper, which I once again decided was a piece of crap. Funny how that works, huh?

I feel a little lost today. The past 3 Sundays have involved me getting into my Rider gear and nervously anticipating that afternoon’s playoff game. I don’t have anything to watch this afternoon/evening. Usually this means that the Riders have lost and I try to not watch the other teams play for the coveted Grey Cup, only to succumb to my curiosity and turn on the TV, swearing the entire time that my beloved team yet again isn’t there. This isn’t the case this year. The Riders claimed the top prize. They won the Grey Cup. There is no football for this year. I can’t wait for training camp. We’re gonna repeat in 2008! You heard it here first…

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