Have finally started studying for the LSATs in earnest, meaning I’ve been equally appalled at how incredibly poor my diagnostic score was, and interested in figuring out how to figure it out. It’s learning how to think another way, and it’s challenging, in its way. This is what I’ve been doing at work instead of blogging, that and wishing I had an extra pair of contact lenses… can’t get around to my eye appointment until this weekend, and my eyes are pissed at me.

I’ve got a lot of stuff to get together over the next 6 or 8 months, and it’s just hitting me that I’m at the ass-end of March, moving full-on into Spring, and I don’t know where I’ll be headed next Spring (as I recall, my lease for 2006 will end May 30th). So I’ve got a lot of thinking to do, and a lot of planning. Have started looking at law schools in Chicago, expecially those that offer part-time night schedules that’ll let me have an actual income while I’m going to school. Not sure if that’s the best way to go: in a perfect world, the school would be free and the state would support me while I bettered myself. In return, I could be drafted as a state attorney for two years.

But, ah, what kind of a country would that be? Doctors and lawyers getting “free” education in return for a couple of years public service. Might lower health care costs…

Have also gotten stuck in a nervous-eating mode, as I’m stressed on a couple of other levels right now, the sort that just take time to hit a resolution on their own, at which point the stress will be either over or just beginning. Can’t wait until that’s done, cause I ate way too many bagels today. That’s the problem with letting up my eating habits for the weekend – it tends to take me a lot longer to get back on track.

Sad, sad. Easing back into MA classes. Hoping to have a full work-out schedule again by next week.

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