It's not so much procrastination as it is him being too damned good at his job. He's one of Nepal's first lawyers, and an expert in Administrative and International law. Just last week he got called out to California to help settle and Admin law dispute between rival tribal casino owners, and this week he had an academic journal article to finish writing for a humanitarian International law organization. He's spoken at two events at the law school this week alone and it's only been two days. And he has like...three different classes going on at once. AND he's getting ready to go to Nepal, starting this Friday, for a week to help with legal things there. The dude is busy.
But that's what happens when you're a zenmaster law genius I guess.
Ah yes, surprise weather. So enjoyable. Prepare for everything. -nod nod-
Be sure to break the shoes in between now and then. And dress for the weather. Yes. -pat pat- Be comfy. And have fun.
Ohhh reading your new books? That's such a neat series. I envy you for having the time to read. Heehee.
Eh. I'm okay. Unwinding. PAD stuff happened today, we had cross-examinations in lab (rocked them - the teacher loved my questions and thought it was great how I actually asked a couple of open ended questions, which you're technically not supposed to do, but did them in situations where it was appropriate, and was impressed with my knowledge of crime scene investigation,) MMP work this afternoon, and worked more on a take home. Busy day. The usual. Tomorrow will be spent studying for Thursday's multiple choice exam. Which the teacher hasn't written yet.