Double

Today I worked out at Arrillaga and ran – the double. I feel pretty dehydrated or something right now so I am drinking plenty of water. First I went to Arrillaga and worked the back muscles. It was a good workout as I hit basically all the exercises I like to do in a relatively short period of time.

After the gym workout, I went to hear that Constitutional Law event, but I was a little disappointed by the poor planning. The allocated room was to capacity so they had people fill an overflow room. The problem was that the projection of the speech from above was incredibly choppy and the feed would fade just when you wanted to hear something. Eventually I just gave up. I didn’t even get the free gift :(

Later this evening, I went on a 48 minute run including the Oak Creek trail. I felt pretty good here too. The rest of this evening has flown by. I haven’t accomplished much and it’s 11 pm. I’ve got a hefty amount of reading to do so on that note, I’ll see you later…

One more to go!

Antitrust is complete! I took the exam this morning. I did my best and I felt good about the exam. Studying for property this evening was rough through. My head was already drained and a lot of the material is not the most interesting in the world. That test will probably be the most challenging of any I have taken in law school so far (judged by previous exams I have looked at). I studied hard for it all week and once again, I will try my best. Either way, I will be relieved when it is over at 12:30 tomorrow.

Otherwise, I found some time to hit Arrillaga for the last time before summer this evening. I came through with some benching, cable-cross overs, and a few other things. It was nice to let the brain muscle take a break for an hour.

I am really excited to see my mom tomorrow right after the exam. We got quite a bit of work to do to pack out of my apartment, but compared to the property exam, it will be a pleasure! Then, we head over to my sister Talli and David’s tomorrow evening which should a great time too.

Antitrust tomorrow

Antitrust exam tomorrow morning at 9 am. We went over old exams and problems today, I think I am as ready as I ever will be. I am going in confident. I will look at the outline one last time tonight.

NBA: The Detroit Pistons are in a free-fall losing three games in a row. As NBA finalists last year, Champions in 2004, and the team with the best record this season, the Pistons are now on the verge of elimination. They will have to win in Cleveland to return back home. This is definitely the break-out playoffs for Lebron James. Meanwhile the defending champ Spurs are trying to stay alive agains the Mavs right now.

Only a couple more…

The days are flying by and the last two finals are almost upon me. I officially turned in my privacy paper today. I put in a lot of time and effort into it and I am proud of my work. It's nice to have it completed. I am also feeling pretty good about the antitrust exam on Thursday. The Property stuff is confusing and tricky, but I am going to try and finish strong!

The photo is of me eating some delicious homemade healthy corn bread. My sister makes it from scratch from all organic ingredients. I must admit, it was the best part of my birthday this year! (I had a final that morning). Thanks Talli and David for the great afternoon (and the photos)!

Props to the Miami Heat for closing out a formidable NJ nets team in five games. They are primed for a finals appearance this year, especially with Pat Riley at the helm.

Now, I must go take care of a few things and go to bed to get used to waking up (and thinking) at hours of the morning where I would rather be sleeping.

NBA update

Interesting past couple days in the NBA. The Suns lost yesterday tying that series up 2-2 with the Clippers. Today, there were essentially two upsets. The Detroit Pistons lost after Rasheed Wallace guaranteed victory. With their awful display of offense today, the Pistons don’t look like they deserve to return to the finals, let alone play the Miami Heat in the Conference finals. And, even more significant, the San Antonio Spurs just lost in overtime to the Dallas mavericks putting them in an almost insurmountable 1-3 hole. The defending champs are a game away from elimination. This could be Dallas’ year, they are definitely much tougher with Avery Johnson at the helm. The best looking team right now, however, looks like the Heat and I wouldn’t mind D-Wade, Shaq and Co. taking it all the way. They are gaining momentum with every game and New Jersey is a formidable opponent. Plus, I like Pat Riley, the slickest coach in the league.

Otherwise, another boring study day for me, but one day closer to being finished!