If you’re reading this, there’s a 60-80% chance you’re my grandma. My guys ran the numbers, and it seems that my posts cater to a very niche audience. But even if you’re not, thanks for sticking with the blog. This last piece will function as a form of closure, since y’all were probably thirsting to know what… Continue reading Older/Wiser: the end/beginning
Today, my mentor told me that my parents raised me right. Great job, R & G. Applause. Give yourselves a pat on the shoulder. He mostly said it because I brought him a cupcake. BUT, he followed the thought up with positive statements about the actual work I’ve been doing. Which is nice. It’s good to know… Continue reading Countdown: 3 Days
Yesterday, I let a random dude from Craigslist into my house. ARE YOU READING, MOM? Now is the time to freak out. Turns out, I wasn’t murdered. Backstory: we’re selling our furniture. Craigslist Dude was a nice guy who just graduated from UT and borrowed his uncle’s truck to pick up our old couches. He… Continue reading Homeless Week: A Preview
14 SSOI Notice of Terminations to be drafted and sent 6 drawers of closed documents to process 2 cases to close out 3 soccer games 5 volleyball games 9 work days to do it all. In other news, my roommate and I seem to be losing the battle against the cockroaches. We’re experiencing daily encounters,… Continue reading The Countdown
A long week of working with small towns on their SSO Agreements ended with two days of field trips. On Thursday, July 14, I attended the annual Mickey Leland Internship Conference at UT’s West Pickle research center. We got to hear some really powerful speakers, and there was a lot of opportunity to learn from… Continue reading Field Trips!
Just in case y’all thought I was making all of this up, I snapped a couple of photos of my workplace today. Feast your eyes on TCEQ’s Park 35 campus.
Today, I walked over to Building F for a meeting with one of TCEQ’s Environmental Lawyers. I met him through noontime volleyball, and he was happy to meet with me to discuss the field and what it’s like to practice law for the public sector. But before we delve into that, I would like to… Continue reading FancyPants Meeting