I don’t really feel like there is all that much to write. A couple of thoughts from the rambling pilgrim.
Last weekend we had dinner with the Stake Patriarch. After a little conversation, who would have ever thought he farmed in Paul, Idaho! Kenneth and Karen Hutto. Moreover, Sister Hutto looked exactly like Sister Hunt out in the Emerson Second Ward. Come to find out it is her sister! Bruce Hansen is also her brother. It was fun to catch up with a person who I never knew about people I haven’t seen often over the past 10 years. Small world, especially in the church.
The bathroom continues to come along. This week we painted the ceiling and I installed our new light fixture and ventilation cover. We sanded and worked the plaster on the walls and ceiling forever. We still totally don’t like the way it came out. For some reason, thought the paint would hide more of the imperfections. Don’t get me wrong, there is really nothing wrong in the overall picture, it is just the perfectionist speaking. This week we will probably paint the walls at some point. We haven’t figured out what we are going to do with the tub yet. We may have to swallow the pill and build a pony wall. Let me rephrase that, I will have to build a pony wall. Well grounded, sheetrocked, and the whole bit! We may just have to purchase the tub, install it, and then worry about the wall. I don’t know if you can do that, I will have to find out. After the painted walls, we will lay the linoleum probably next week or soon. I don’t think we will get the shower operational before Donald and Lolane come to visit. Oh well.
The law school saga continues. Again, I emphasize, if you haven’t experienced, I am not sure you would ever understand. This is like nothing I have done before. I really enjoy it, but it wears you down. I am really enjoying Property. I continue to loathe Contracts, more for the professor than the subject. Criminal Law is very interesting, but I doubt anything I will pursue over the long run. We will just have to see. I did receive my grades and I am happy to say that generally, I am an above average student. I don’t excel in any particular area, according to my grades. But I am above average, except the class I love. Honestly, the class I loved the most, is the one I did the worst. The one I didn’t like the most, is the one I did the best. How is that for a trip?
Anyhow, life continues on. I have no complaints. Plenty more to do, never enough time. Such is life.