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Sunday, October 13, 2013

MILP Roundup #322

The Weekly MILP (Moms In the Legal Profession) Roundup is hosted on a rotating basis at the Butterflyfish, Ptlawmom, Attorney Work Product, Attorney at Large, Today & Tomorrow, Magic Cookie, and Reluctant Grownup blogs and is usually posted no later than Monday.

Daisy is celebrating four happy years with the husband.
Butterflyfish has the one-year-itch with the job.

Magic Cookie shows the difference in priorities between men and women in shouting at strangers.
But I Do Have a Law Degree puts one in the middle.
LL puts on some boots.
AAL has a list.
Grace delivers some travel karma for complainy old biddies.

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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Birthday reflection

So, according to the lies on my birth certificate, I turned 34 today.

In order to not feel completely awful about such things, I decided to review my accomplishments. 

Things I've accomplished:

1.  A BA, an MA, a JD, and a graduate certificate in public health management (pending);
2.  Admission to practice in KY and US District Court E.D.K.Y., beginning fifth year of practice;
3.  Married for over 7 years (nearly 12 years together), and we still like each other;
4.  Raising two pretty, clever little daughters who talk too much;
5.  Beginning my fourth year at UK;
6.  Also being an adjunct professor at the law school;
7.  Gave my first lecture at a national conference yesterday;
8.  Beginning my second year with the community orchestra;
9.  Have great friends, family and colleagues;
10. Have a magnificent shoe collection; and
11. Don't look a day over 29, bitches!

(Not pictured: My 5 inch black stilettos.  Hell yeah!)

Things I want to accomplish in the near future:

1.  Get published (first articles, then a book);
2.  Create a major public health research project;
3.  Travel more;
4.  Sleep more;
5.  Drink more;
6.  Eat less/exercise more;
7.  Pay off my credit card.

So, hopefully those things will happen by the next birthday.  Well, probably not the pay off the credit card, but I can dream.

In other news, I'm gearing up for Halloween.  I'm making the kids' costumes.  Vee is going to be a Dalek, and Cora is going to be a Weeping Angel.  I'm going as Victorian Clara Oswald.  I think husband is on board for going as the Eleventh Doctor, but we'll see.  He isn't nearly as excited as he ought to be about family Doctor Who cosplay, but whatev, he's lame.   I've got 3 more weeks to teach Vee to say "Exterminate!" instead of "Trick or Treat!"  Add it to the wish list of accomplishments.