[The perfect thing to do in Cambridge on a beautiful day: picnic by the Charles River]
With graduation now behind us, this week has been a bittersweet mixture of visits from family and friends, and saying a lot of farewells. One of the most remarkable things about my program is the diversity. But it also means that we’re all scattered to the four corners of the globe once it’s over. On one hand, I’m eager to begin working and excited to embrace everything the future holds. On the other hand, it is not without a great deal of nostalgia and even reluctance that I leave law school behind.
I am now fully immersed in the marathon that is the New York Bar Review, which already is proving to be quite a challenge. But in between the demanding schedule, I’m trying to make the time to discover Boston, and spend time with friends and family. Here’s to a busy but happy weekend frantically catching up with the bar prep, and new discoveries. Happy Friday everyone!
[Finally tried out the Barking Crab: a fun waterfront seafood restaurant in south Boston with friends visiting from out of town
[Bear-hugging one of my law school besties on graduation, before saying farewell. Good friends are so rare. Good friends that are brilliant, work for the French Supreme Court, have multiple master degrees in their 20's and can breakdance like a machine.... are impossible to find. Now that Adil has left my chocolate consumption has dropped significantly ]
[Finally checked out Bobby from Boston, one of the most swankiest and beautiful vintage store I've ever seen]
[Favorite quote this week]