Was looking at some wedding pictures. The bride's parents looked old. I turned to my wife, "that's not right. I'm sure I'm the only one who looks old these days." Guess it is happening to all of us.
Life is full of surprises. We had some house guests for a funeral. They were quieter than the cat. What else can I say about them, other than they were more pleasant than the cat as well.
Lots of blogging going on about law schools. The New York Times article has really drawn a lot of attention.
Reminded me of when I wrote the material at http://www.adrr.com/law0/
My personal experience is at http://ethesis.blogspot.com/2007/09/my-law-school-experience.html
Things have only gotten harsher in the direction predicted as law schools have about doubled in number and tuition has grown much faster than inflation (I paid about $400.00 a semester for law school, about $4,000.00 total when you include books, had about $5,000.00 in debt when I graduated. Now $140,000.00 is more common. There has not been that much inflation).
Guess many things have gotten old.
FMH is still young though, in spite of my latest guest post for "Manuary" at http://www.feministmormonhousewives.org/?p=3446