Author Archives: Fair Weather Walker

Graduation!

Done. Finished. Complete. I just finished the very last class in my effort to obtain the degree in paralegal studies that I’ve been pursuing for the past three years. This class was the Legal Studies Capstone which served as a review of the entire … Continue reading

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If I squint really hard, I can see my graduation from here.

I know I haven’t been very diligent in keeping my blog current, and for that, I apologize. However, last quarter I took 3 courses — two of which were the condensed, five-week courses — which was much more difficult than I … Continue reading

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Wait . . . you want a dictionary for Christmas?

My husband asked me yesterday what I wanted for Christmas. He usually doesn’t ask this question quite so early, but I suspect it is because I struggle with this request every year.  You see, I am a very practical person, … Continue reading

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The importance of lectures.

I’m taking the condensed Civil Lit II course this quarter. I have one week left of this class, but I discovered the importance of lectures and how they can affect your grade. I took a long-planned Alaskan cruise during this … Continue reading

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Evangelista, Pinault Child Support Case

A recent assignment about the fairness of child support lead me to a Wall Street Journal story about super model Linda Evangelista and the father of her son, billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault. Wall Street Journal: Looking to Raise a Child … Continue reading

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Sharpening my writing skills.

I have never been a fast writer. I tend to tinker with each sentence as a write it. I write a few words, stop, pick a different word, stop, back up, wait, turn these words around, think, tinker, write a … Continue reading

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Finding my rhythm

At the beginning of every new quarter it always takes me a couple of weeks to get a handle on how much homework each professor doles out, how much reading is involved for each assignment, and how I’m going to complete … Continue reading

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