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Monthly Archives: February 2009

Getting in Gear

Things are really ramping up around here. We are surprisingly about halfway through the semester and I have reached that all-too-familiar place when I say, what? Finals are when? So soon?? I’m not ready!! I’ve got a few papers due this semester, and I think only one typical “final”, which could be good or bad. […]

Ahh! Global Warming!

Professor Parenteau showed this to us in my Climate Change and the Law class and I thought it was really funny. I showed it to my husband and he didn’t really even laugh. Maybe someone out there in blog world will appreciate it as much as I do! Climate Change is proving to be an […]

where’s the snow?

Being from the South, I never thought I’d be sad about a “warm front” in the middle of February, but we got one this past week (it rained) and I didn’t like it!  If I thought it were going to get warm and stay that way, it might be different, but I know it’s going […]

The laws, they are a-changin’

I will tell you one thing: it is so interesting to be at law school when  a new president takes over. In virtually every class, the things we are learning about are changing because of Obama. In our writing class we are doing FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests and one of the first things […]

Another One Bites the Dust

One of my resolutions this year was to write a blog here at least once a week. Well, we all know how that turned out. However, because we humans are imperfect creatures, it is only expected. Also, because time marches on, lingering in the past is just a surefire way to invite depression. And so, […]

let it snow!

When I arrived at VLS in the fall, people kept telling me in order to survive the Vermont winter, I should purchase a season pass for skiing.  Luckily, I listened and bought a pass (and skis).  I’ve been skiing every weekend, which makes me appreciate the snow, instead of hating its existence.  I’m also a […]