bike trails through the woods. Sleet was still in pockets here and there, but it was not very wet,and the lack of wind made up for the cold.
After a few moments, walk, I stopped to stare at a litle pond. I hard a snuffling behind me, and turned, thinking it might be a coyote. It was a jogger with her large (snuffling) dog who had come into the park without my noticing. I laughed and said I didn't know what that was to them, but they just jogged on by. I turned back to the little pond, and I was perfectly calm, because the place was so peaceful.
This next couple of weeks is when the
law school admissions or rejections really start rolling in. Years ago, I applied to only two law schools, both in my home state, and got in each by return mail. I might have qualified for
law schools with a higher reputation, but
I really didn't want any more challenge in law school than the local State U, as I was not sure I could meet the challenge. Now applicants feel that they are not worthy if they can't go to a top 10 school. I felt lucky to get into the local State U so easily. It's funny how different folks have different perspectives.