"Do you feel like you're unequipped, so tired and so drained that you don't want to get out of bed and even think about doing anything?! You very well know you have to get out of the bed, open those damn books to memorize those provisions plus read tons of case files in full text so that you can manage a word or two when your professor calls you to recite later. You think of all the possible ways your professor can embarrass you in front of your classmates (who will be, by the way, sweating cold sweats while watching you get grilled) and you dread so damn much of even stepping in that four-cornered he** called classroom. BUUUT the moment you're in class and start feeling the hype again and getting in the groove, you forget all your worries heck you even forget there is a world outside school and it's as if everything fits perfectly. This is how law school is for me every single effin' blessed, glorious, err miserable day... IRONIC."
Every morning, I wake up and worry about the readings I need to complete, the cases I need to get familiar with and the recitations I need to prepare of. There are so many things to do with so little time. When I'm half way completing the to-do's, new school requirements are given. Because of the endless tasks, sometimes, I end up doing nothing. Playing new games on my iPad and chatting with my friends suddenly become better ideas than studying.
BUT then again, I also remember the reason why I enrolled in law school. My dream is there. I know, deep in my heart, that it is something I wanted.
Quitting used to become one of the options available whenever I feel tired about everything at school. However, when I started to love what I'm doing, it ceased to become one. Despite all the hardships I encounter, I'm still here trying to survive the day. When I see the smiles of my classmates, I feel at ease. It's good to know that I'm getting the right support and encouragement from them. Who would have thought that these great individuals I met three months ago would help me love law school even more.
My everyday life in law school is fun and exciting. At the same time, it is also full of drama! No one knows where this journey will take me. What is important is that I love where I am now. Whether I become a lawyer or not, I will always treasure law school and Wigmore (section).