rynne: (guitar talk)
So it's been about two and a half months since I updated. I think that might be the longest I've gone without updating. There's been a lot happening. The most significant of which is, I'm in Africa. I've been living in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, for the past month and a half, working at a human rights organization. I do like Kampala, and East Africa (a couple weeks ago I went to visit my younger sister in Tanzania), but I am sort of homesick. Living in a country's capital city is not quite the amount of culture shock as if I were in a rural area, but it is still very different. Mostly I'm at the point of appreciating the different while starting to really miss the familiar. Also, I am so done with all the mosquitoes, and I still have five weeks left here. I finished my first year of law school. I didn't do as well grade-wise second semester, but I honestly don't really care all that much. I'm mostly just looking forward to starting my second year, now that I'm taking classes I've actually chosen. I finally finished my [profile] ksbigbang fic. I wanted to have that done back in May, but it didn't really happen. It took me until now partly because of work and Africa, but also partly because I decided to see the Avengers before I left for Africa. Which might not have been a good choice. I have no urge to write any Avengers fic, and no urge to go read the comics, so I think it's not going to be a lasting fandom. Part of the reason I knew Doctor Who and Star Trek would be lasting fandoms was because I started going back and watching old episodes because I wanted to be familiar with the whole universe, not just the reboots. So far, with the Avengers, I've been fine with reading fic based on both the movies and comics universes, and picking up anything I need to know about the comics from context and Wikipedia. Also, Tony Stark is my guy. I probably could have predicted that -- I have a deep weakness for angsty genius. Also, Steve Rogers/Tony Stark as OTP, which I also could have predicted. I just love the complementary opposites, particularly if they're also best friends (as apparently they were in the comics, even if Joss Whedon decided to emulate JJ Abrams and STXI's K/S dynamic with RDJ's Tony and Chris Evans's Steve. What is it with reboots turning the best friends dynamic into antagonistic-until-forced-to-work-together?). I think those are all the things of significance right now.
rynne: (guitar talk)
I know I've not been posting much recently, but I promised myself I would post today. So have a big long update. :p

i. First, Remix! The fic I received was Full of Grace (the human wisdom remix) by NEStar, West Wing, a remix of "All Human Wisdom." It's Josh-centric and about his relationships with some of the women in his life, so of course I loved it. What's funny is that the person last year remixed the same fic, but in a very different way. It's really, really interesting to see what two different people will do with the same fic.

I wrote The Camera Steals Your Soul (The Leading by Example Remix), Narnia, Susan-centric Pevensie sibling gen. I really enjoyed remixing this one. I knew as soon as I read the fic how I would remix the story, and I ended up quite happy with it.

That was the only fic I wrote for Remix this year. I wasn't quick enough for a pinch hit and nothing in Remix Madness really called to me with the amount of time I really had. That week happened to be the week of my Legal Research and Writing final brief. Speaking of...

ii. Law school! It's exams season. My exams are all on Tuesday and Friday this week and next. I'm...sort of having a hard time caring? I mean, my first one this Tuesday is the only in-class exam -- all the others are take-homes where I'll have an extra five hours to spend on them. Of course I've been studying, but I'm not really stressing about it. I've been far more interested in making up a schedule for next year. XD

What really makes me excited is that I got into the legal clinic I wanted for next spring. It's called the International Women's Human Rights Clinic, and from what I understand, what I'll be doing is in-depth research on another country's laws regarding women, actually going to that country during spring break for fact-finding, and then writing a report on our findings. There might be some drafting legislation in there too. It's going to be so cool! And speaking of other countries...

iii. Uganda! I need to send in my visa application this week, but otherwise I'm pretty on track. I am so looking forward to this. I can't believe I'm going to be spending three months in Africa, working on human rights. Wow.

iv. Okay, so...how do people find places to live that are not student housing? XD I've only ever lived with my parents or in dorms, but I need to find a place for next year. It's complicated by me not being in the country for the summer, so my parents are on my case about doing it now. I've just never done it before, and don't really know how it works. Hmm. I think I might just check out one of the apartment complexes nearby.

v. Writing! I've been doing it. I finished another fic in the Start Infinity Again series -- the planned final fic, in fact. That means it's not going to see the light of day for a long time, and it's probably going to change a lot between now and when I can finally post it, but it's a big relief to have it done. It ended up about 9000 words, and I actually still quite like it. :p

Now this means that I only have two more stories I have to write in order for this to feel like a complete and coherent universe. Both stories are chaptered with plot, so I'm probably going to have to save writing them for this summer. I don't anticipate having regular internet access at home, so that will leave me with little to do but write. :p

Also, I signed up for [profile] ksbigbang. My second Big Bang! My story is fleshing itself out in my head more -- I know the basic plot trajectory of the story, and last night I thought up several key scenes. Once I've got all the scenes basically plotted out, I can start writing, and it will go a lot quicker.

Hmm, think that's about it for now. I'm...going to try to be better about updating. :p
rynne: (guitar talk)
Am in New Orleans for spring break/pro bono trip. It's awesome so far. Our hotel is just off Bourbon street, close enough to...see the sights, but far enough that we don't hear it all night. Tonight we're going for dinner and jazz. And today I went to work at the public defender's office, where I did research in preparation for writing an actual memo. Good trip so far.

I signed up for Remix again. I love it, but I really hope I can manage it this year. It's probably the first one where I'm dubious. And I'd been hoping to finish more Star Trek fics so I could qualify there. :p And speaking of that...

At risk of sounding like a huge broken record -- I seriously need a beta for more fics in the Start Infinity Again universe.

More details under the cut )
rynne: (guitar talk)
Okay, so I have lots of news, and have actually had lots of news for a while, but never really felt like taking the time to update. So...here we go, in no particular order.

i. Today I went to see an argument at the Supreme Court. Law school in DC for the win! Also I never want to do appellate advocacy.

ii. I am going to New Orleans for spring break! I am excited. I've never been to New Orleans, and I've always wanted to go. It's for a school-sponsored trip, so I will actually be working at the public defender's office, but I will be in New Orleans and also gaining legal experience so awesome.

iii. Speaking of travel, I have a summer job already and I will be going to KAMPALA, UGANDA to work in human rights. I am also really excited about that for multiple reasons. I'd really like to work in international human rights after I graduate, so it will be great to get some experience. And also my younger sister is in Tanzania again and will still be there this summer and she's already said she'll come visit me. This means I'll actually get to see her before next winter break. :p

iv. I started volunteering for the OTW. As a first year law student, I feel rather out of my depth and like I don't have much to contribute right now, but it's really nice to see people doing actual legal work, particularly related to fandom. I think I'm going to learn a lot.

v. I finally edited the first sequel to Start Infinity Again, one of the ones I wrote last summer. Hopefully I can get that to my beta soon, but first there are some other fics (shorter fics) in the series I want to write. I keep being hesitant about posting my chaptered sequels because, while they're complete, I want the universe to also feel complete whenever I post something. The third fic especially needs more story to round out the universe, but the second also raises some questions I would like to answer before I let it see the light of day. I just really don't want to post another universe that feels incomplete.

vi. Every so often it hits me that I actually am at a religious school. First with the birth control debate (which has been of particular interest for many reasons, one of which is that I sort of know Sandra Fluke. Not well, but we're in some of the same organizations.), and then today people were walking around with dark marks on their foreheads and then I realized oh, it's Ash Wednesday.

vii. More probably (hopefully) later. :p
rynne: (cold Eowyn)
Family has left, but today we leave to go visit more family. Back on Thursday, after which I have three priorities:

1. Actually get started on the summer job search.
2. Play more Zelda: Skyward Sword while I still have access to my sister's Wii.
3. Outline and maybe get started on the fourth fic in the series started by Start Infinity Again, which has been developing itself further in my head. It's...another one of those fics with plot. *headdesk*

Otherwise -- LiveJournal, I've put up with a lot over the eight years I've been here -- the eight years I've been paying for this site. And I'd still put up with this latest fuckwittery, even though I had to change my journal style to keep the actually good comments page...but your customer service is for complete shit.

I'm not abandoning LJ, but I think I'm finally going to stop renewing my paid account. And I'll give that money to Dreamwidth, who cares more about their user base.

So...first, can someone remind me how to import my journal entries from LJ to DW? Last time I did it was in 2009.

Second, I am, unsurprisingly, rynne on DW. If I don't already have you added there, could you give me your username?
rynne: (don't look down)
Tomorrow is my last exam. I'm not all that worried, though. I took really good notes for this class (42,000 words' worth ahahaha), and the test is open book, and I've studied. I'm sure it's going to be hard, but I'm not going to fail. Beyond that, I don't really care.

I should probably spend the rest of tonight studying, but I'm not going to. This isn't the kind of test I can cram for, and I need to finish my [livejournal.com profile] ksadvent fic. My posting date is the 18th, but I'm still not done and I need to get it betad.

So...anyone up for betaing it? Like I said, I'm not done yet, but I really hope to be done either today or tomorrow. Right now it's at ~6,500 words, and I doubt it will go over 10,000. It's an Academy AU and probably going to be R. Mostly what I want is someone to check my characterization and pacing, so you don't have to go too in depth if you don't have time.

Please?
rynne: (bookstack)
Goodbye, November. You were mostly significant for me finally being able to post my Big Bang. Which, you know, in case anyone missed it -- Start Infinity Again. Generations fix-it! Kirk Prime in Reboot! Crotchety old married couple space husbands!

I've been working out my notes for more of the universe starting with that fic. Yes, notes. I don't have a spreadsheet, but that's mostly because I don't really know what to do with a spreadsheet. I do have a table in a word document, though. It's got basic idea details for each planned fic, plot notes for the fic and where it fits into the universe, and character notes for what I'm trying to do with the characters. It's...really organized. Much more organized than I usually get for fic. XD

And at least two more of the fics have expanded in my mind into becoming chaptered fics. Not necessarily very long chaptered fics, but still chaptered. But I'm going to have to wait to actually write any of them until winter break. Which, speaking of.

One last day of classes, and one class left. Next Tuesday is my first final, the 15th is my last, and then I'll be done with my first semester of law school. Wow, that went quickly.

I'm trying not to freak out. Last week my Contracts prof gave us a practice exam question that he'd meet to give us individualized feedback on, and my meeting with him was today, and he said my answer was one of the best in the class. Which was, wow, not expecting that. We talked about the things I could improve, and then our last Contracts class today was a review session, so I feel pretty prepared for that. It's the other two I'm more worried about. *sigh*

Okay, two and a half more weeks of school, and about as long until I post my [livejournal.com profile] ksadvent fic. So...I need to write that, while studying for exams. At least I have a pretty solid idea -- now I just need to sit down and write it.

I've been...expectedly productive this year. :p
rynne: (win the internet (kh2))
My lecture on Fan Fiction and Feminism today was awesome (though more about fanart and fanvidding than fic). The professor who gave the lecture said she's a member of OTW, so I just looked her up there and she's even a former board member and involved with several committees.

Why this makes me excited is that the lecture wasn't just an academic look at the phenomenon of fandom from an outside observer. I've been to a few lectures and read several articles like that. Today's lecture was from someone who is actually in fandom, and loves and understands it. It was from a legal perspective, of course, but we talked about fair use and the nature of a transformative work and a lot of other interesting things.

Some highlights of things that amused me:
-The very first thing she showed was a Star Trek (2009) vid, so I knew we were off to a good start.
-Clex fanvid (Clark and Lex from Smallville)
-Wincest fanvid
-Apparently the kind of transformative work than will pass the fair use muster most easily is one involving sex. Meaning, porn will get by the courts the easiest.

There were a lot of other interesting things in the lecture, and the professor chose her examples really well. That was totally worth missing the first half of my Contracts class. :D
rynne: (bookstack)
Yeah, I suck at updating.

We're getting into exam season, so school is getting busier. I think I'm mostly looking forward to the end of exams just so I know what they're like and what I really need to do to prepare for them. I have been outlining and looking at past exams and all that stuff, but I won't know how effective it is until after I actually take the exams.

In school-to-fandom transition news, I'm skipping the first half of my Contracts class on Wednesday (with my professor's permission :p) to attend a lecture on Fan Fiction and Feminism, which is supposed to talk about gender issues in fanfic, plus some IP and copyright stuff. I'm definitely interested in hearing about this from a lawyer's perspective, and in seeing if there's anything that I haven't already picked up just from being in fandom for ten years. :p Still, I'm mostly excited that my school is actually hosting a lecture on fanfiction. :D

I've got my [livejournal.com profile] startrekbigbang posting date, the 19th. It's one of the last days, which is a bit frustrating because by then I'll have had my story done for almost six months, and I'm tired of sitting on it. I requested a later date because that's what my artist and mixer said they'd be more comfortable with, and of course I want them to be able to have as much time as they need, but I seriously want to post this fic. I mean, I'm losing interest in further fiddling with it, that's how done it feels.

Still, just under two weeks and I can FINALLY POST. :D
rynne: (four chillin')
I've been really sucking about updating. What's funny is that it's not because I'm too busy, or even that I don't have anything to say. Mostly I've been lazy. Though I also don't have as much to say. :p

Law school is actually going well, I think. I kept hearing horror stories, and then I get here and the workload isn't that much worse than college. Of course, I might be DOING IT WRONG, but I haven't had to spend more than a couple hours per class at the most, so I do actually have plenty of time for my own pursuits. I hadn't brought many of my own books from home because I thought I wouldn't have time to read them, but then the first week after classes I went and got a DC Public Library card.

But yes. I'm actually enjoying law school. My classes are interesting and I've made some friends and joined some clubs and am actually having a good time.

I did finally get a work-study job, so that's going to cut into my free time. I don't mind so much, though, since I really do have a lot of free time, and it's nice to be making money. I'm working in the special collections section at the library, which means, among other things, old rare books. So that's cool.

[livejournal.com profile] startrekbigbang is going well. I'm just going through my second draft for typos and awkward sentences from the rewriting I did of the first draft. I can't really do anything else at this point, not until my beta gives me feedback on the second draft. (And don't worry, [livejournal.com profile] ansley15, I still don't have a posting date, so no pressure. Once I have a posting date, though... :p) I am really looking forward to seeing what my artist and mixer come up with, though!
rynne: (guitar talk)
I'm tired, and I have to be up early tomorrow, but I don't really want to go to bed. Tomorrow I go to DC.

I'm too tired to do a long post About My Feelings, but...I'm scared. For the past several weeks, everyone has been asking me if I'm excited, and I sort of am, but mostly I'm scared.

I still feel like law school is the best path for me, and there's a lot about it that I'm looking forward to. But I only know partly what I'm getting into. I mean, I've read a lot of people's descriptions of what law school is like, but I don't know how it's going to turn out for me. And that's scary.

There were some one-shots that I wanted to write this summer, but didn't manage. I'm probably not going to get to those for awhile, since my priorities for the next few months are going to be school, work, and revising my Big Bang. I don't know how well I'm going to juggle all of that, but at least I have three-day weekends the entire year.

I'm still tired, but...I can sleep on the planes. I'm going to read fic while I still have time, for as long as I can manage to stay awake.
rynne: (exuberance is beauty)
Last night I finished that third fic -- 22,400 words. It actually feels very bare, though -- not a skeleton, but certainly a very gaunt body. I think there might be more to this story, but I also think I need either some distance, some help, or both, to bring it out.

I think that's it for the longer fics in this series, though! Everything else I have planned will be one-shots, and much shorter. There's only one that I think might pass 10,000, but that's still a might. That will make things much easier -- I can do one-shots. :p

But I also think I'm going to take a break from this universe. There are still things I want to write this summer, while I still have time, but those things have nothing to do with Kirk Prime. That will be nice. XD

In more real life news, my job finally decided to actually PAY ME. It's a stipend, but it applies retroactively to the entire time I've been there, so when I'm done in a couple weeks I will actually get a check. So totally awesome. :D

On the other hand, though, they did want me to start coming in an hour earlier. And I agreed, because I would like to be paid. But getting up an hour earlier is going to be hard until I get used to it. *sigh*

I only have less than a month left in Reno, though. In less than a month, I'll be in DC! But this does mean I have to finish the things I want to do before my life gets swallowed up by law school, and I just hope I can get to the things I most want. I think I might. This has pretty much been my most productive summer ever. :D

Oh! And in another awesome turn, there is actually going to be a sci-fi convention in Reno next month! Anyone coming to WorldCon? :D
rynne: (Default)
So there are some actually interesting things going on in my life.

First, hah. I've finished the sequel to my Big Bang now as well -- 33,500 words in six chapters. I have two one-shot side-stories defining themselves further in my head right now, and I expect those to come out within the next few weeks. I pretty much definitely have an actual universe going here, which is so awesome. Also, that universe already has a current word count of 110,000+ words, which is also awesome. I don't think I've ever written that much (purely in word count) in any single fandom, only counting complete fics. Star Wars is approaching that total, but it took me a lot longer than two months to get that far. And given the other Star Trek fics I've already written, that's 120,000+ words, and only going to continue to go up.

Hah. Not that anyone else cares about my word counts, I'm sure. But I'm amazed, so :p.

Second, I have my class schedule for next year. You know, I've known that this is happening for months, but now it finally feels real. I look at the classes on my schedule and realize that I'm actually going to be taking those.

First semester I'm taking Constitutional Law, Contracts, Legal Writing and Research, and Torts. Second semester I have Criminal Justice, more Legal Writing and Research, Civil Procedure, Property, and an elective.

I am...trying not to be terrified.

I am, at least, getting back into the school swing of things starting next week, since I signed up to take a macroeconomics class at my local public university, mostly because I think it'll help the study of law in some way to understand how economic systems work. I just hope it'll be interesting, though, whether or not it ends up being especially useful.

But mostly I'm at the point where I keep thinking, oh my god I'm starting law school in less than two months. I have to write as much as I possibly can before that happens! :p

I really need some sort of law school icon. Hmmm.
rynne: (college)
My parents are the most awesome parents in THE ENTIRE WORLD.

Not only did they pay for my entire undergraduate education, at an expensive private school, they are going to pay for TWO THIRDS of my law school. My dad and I spent some time tonight going over my loan requirements for next year, and he said that they can pay about $50,000 EACH YEAR. I will only have loans of roughly $20,000 a year (why is law school $70,000 a year why why why), and they will be the loans with the lowest interest rates and the subsidies and the forgiving repayment plans.

I can graduate from law school only $60,000 in debt. Hah. Only, I say. Except that compared to being $200,000+ in debt, that is an awesome number. And Georgetown has a great loan repayment assistance program for people wanting to go into public interest work, so I think $60,000...will be something I can handle.

My parents are just...so incredibly full of awesome and also foresight. They set up college funds for us before we were born, and have always lived below their means so they have money for things like putting their daughter through law school and letting us go study in Europe and Africa. (Twin is now an intern at CERN in Switzerland, and Younger Sister is going to study in Africa next year.)

And also, in a slight Big Bang update...37,000 words. This story is so awesome! In this chapter it took me off on a tangent I didn't expect but ended up loving. I am so happy with this fic. :D
rynne: (dork!)
Yesterday I finally heard from Columbia, formerly the holdout among my schools. I got a no, which I wasn't surprised about--I was only surprised that it took them so long. But considering I applied back in October, I guess it's something that they took this long to tell me no.

But this means I can finally make my decision! Or rather, confirm the decision I'd pretty much already made. Therefore...

Georgetown Law class of 2014! Three years in Washington DC!

Also, a couple things that amused me in a really geeky way:

1. My mom asked me to put Tangled in my Netflix queue because she hadn't seen it in theaters. I did, and enjoyed it enough that I'd already had it in my queue. Yesterday it came, and we watched it last night, and my mom had plenty to say about Disney Princesses -- and also story archetypes, with reference to Carl Jung.

Yes, academic-style analysis of random movies does run in the family. XD

(My mom also enjoyed Tangled a lot more than she was expecting to. I feel sort of vindicated, because while I don't think the movie is flawless, it's definitely one of my favorite Disney princess movies.)

2. At work today my coworkers kept bursting into laughter. Finally someone came to show me what it was they were laughing about -- an email from a government agency...with absolutely horrible grammar. I also burst out laughing.

I love my job. I may not be getting paid, but at least I'm working with kindred spirits. XD
rynne: (guitar talk)
Not going to go visit Cornell. The travel subsidy they gave me was only about a third of my plane ticket alone, to say nothing of other expenses, so I can't afford it. *sigh* Oh well. But I'm really going to have to make my decision soon, considering seat deposit due dates are coming up. I did get into UC Davis, though, so now the only school I'm waiting on is Columbia.

I mostly started this post to inform you all that I have updated my fic masterlist, and that this took several hours today because I was seriously updating it. Previously all I'd done was give the link, characters/pairings, and ratings, and it was completely in chronological order, but now I've cleaned it up. A lot.

It now lists fic by fandom, with the fandoms in alphabetical order. Stories are still chronological within fandom, but now I've included the summary and length as well as the date, character/pairing, and rating, so now hopefully it's a lot more user-friendly. I can also say that I've written 163 fics in 17 fandoms, numbers which have not changed much in the past few years, but which still boggle my mind a bit. I really wrote that much?

Now I just need to try to write more often...
rynne: (scully the sleeping beauty)
Cornell offers a travel stipend for admitted students wanting to visit, so...I think I'm doing that. But it looks like it has to be on an admitted student day, and there's only one more of those, which is next week. I've been pretty focused on Georgetown, but that was before I got into a similarly-good school, so now I really think I need to see Cornell and Ithaca before I can make a good decision, and the travel stipend really helps.

So I guess I'm going to New York in a week. Definitely need to get moving on plane tickets and telling Cornell and so on. I am not looking forward to the flights, but I think it's important to take a look at the place, and this will be my best chance.

In other news, I just started work at Big Brothers Big Sisters. I am a volunteer and not getting paid for it, but I'm doing interesting work, not just being a receptionist and filing things. My supervisor wants me writing needs statements for grants and eventually maybe taking on more of the grant, so for the past couple days I've been reading a lot of old grants to get an idea of what I need to do. But omg, it's an actually interesting, useful job! I'm not standing on my feet serving popcorn seven hours a day! Looks like having a college degree is finally good for something.

Time for bed now though. *yawns*
rynne: (dear diary...)
Things I have a greater appreciation for after being in Mexico:

--Toilet seats
--Toilet paper stationed regularly in bathrooms
--Being able to flush toilet paper, rather than having to throw it away
--Toilets that actually flush
--Cold drinking water
--Hot shower water
--Clean tap water
--Roads with minimal potholes
--Sleeping in (twice I was up before five)
--Air conditioning
--Meat (the mission was vegetarian, which was pretty good, but I missed meat)
--Regularly understanding the language (I spoke some Spanish, but not really enough)
--MY COMPUTER AND THE INTERNET

It was a good trip, over all. I knew it was a mission going in, but even then I was surprised at how much religion there really was -- worship every morning and every night, prayer over every meal and before starting work...and the hours of church on the sabbath were sort of excruciating, for someone who doesn't go to church. But the religious stuff made the other people in the group happy, and the locals were appreciative, so it was all right. I might have more to say about the trip later, but right now I'm pretty tired.

In law school news, I came back to news of my financial aid award from Georgetown and my acceptance into Cornell. Cornell! I still would rather go to Georgetown, but damn, Cornell's another really good school, so I'm pretty pleased about that.
rynne: (Default)
So yeah. Been awhile, again. I really am crap at keeping this thing updated lately. I have a quick update on real life, but honestly most of this post is going to be talking about Star Trek. XD

Real life stuff. There are still several schools I'm waiting to hear from, including Columbia, but I've pretty much decided on Georgetown at this point. Maybe Columbia, if I get into it, will dissuade me, but I'm leaning pretty heavily towards Georgetown now.

I still haven't found a paying job, but I'm starting some volunteer work soon, so finally I'll have something to do all day besides dick around on the internet.

I've been watching Star Trek: The Next Generation, and am currently in season three. I'm enjoying it, but not as much as I did The Original Series. TOS had its issues, but it held my attention rather better than TNG is. TOS was a show I watched online as quickly as I could because I kept wanting more. TNG I've been getting from Netflix, and watching on TV while I keep my laptop open and divide my attention between the two.

The ensemble-style of TNG is great -- yay, wide variety of characters who all get pretty developed! Data is my favorite so far; he's adorable. And Picard is undeniably a great captain. But...I'm a Kirk girl. Oh yeah. And a Kirk/Spock girl. TOS had its three main leads and most other people didn't get much attention, and there are flaws to this approach, but I loved the main leads, so I was happy.

I've...actually started writing meta. About the TOS movies. But it turns out that there's a lot I have to say about these movies, because I've hit 8000 words and only just finished The Wrath of Khan. I have four more movies to talk about, five if I include Reboot! This essay...is going to be really long. Yeesh.

I'm...going to try to update more often. We'll see how that works out. XD
rynne: (exuberance is beauty)
I just got into Georgetown. Georgetown. That's one of my top choices, so dude, I am so happy and excited right now. I'm going to law school! I've been a bit nervous since I applied months ago but omfg I got into Georgetown. I'll only have a tough decision to make if I also get into Columbia and/or NYU, but otherwise...going to Georgetown. Oh yeah. :D

I opened my letter on my way back from the mailbox, and I think I might have scared my neighbors with my jumping up and down and shouting YES. XD

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