Howdy, y’all! I’m a third year law student (3L) just trying to survive law school. I post anything and everything on my blog, so drop by frequently to see if I posted a video of me almost burning my apartment down in a cooking accident or complaining about studying because I put it off until the last minute and everything in between! Thanks for stopping by and don’t hesitate to like or leave a comment!

Disclaimer: I am not an attorney (yet). Nothing on this site is intended as legal advice. Seriously, dude, don’t take legal advice from some guy behind his keyboard. Take legal advice from some guy behind his keyboard who’s wearing a tie…and is an actual attorney.

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  1. “almost burning my apartment down in a cooking accident”…yep, been there. An unattended London broil almost left my roommate and me homeless. Hey, you should be studying, not reading these comments! ;-> Keep writing!

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  2. Best of luck with your law studies, and thank you very much for following my blog! Years ago, I read One L by Scott Turow, about his first year at Harvard Law School. It was a fascinating story.

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  3. Thanks so much for the follow. I’ll be heading through your state at some stage in my travels and will no doubt blog about it. Let me know if I get anything wrong! Good luck with the studies ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Hi, Thank you for following BTSCelebs. I saw a couple of your videos. The hamburger one was hilarious, and the Hurricane Harvey one was touching. ๐Ÿ™‚ All the best on your law studies! By the way, what interested you on BTSCelebs?

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  5. Thank you for the follow. I got a kick out of some of your cooking adventures. I once set fire to cornbread in the microwave. True story! Hopefully with more good lawyers there will be fewer jokes about the bad ones.

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  6. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the like! I actually work for an attorney who often tries to get me to go to law school. Nope! Not for me at all! More power to ya in your studies!

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  7. Howdy, Texas Law! My hubby and I of 50 years live in Round Rock. Nephew is a graduate of UT engineering school. Two great nephews are in their senior year in medical fields. My son’s FIL has a music law class at UT.

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  8. Thanks for checking out my blog. I’m sure in Texas, whether you are in direct recovery after Harvey or not, you’ve felt the effects of it. It’s been a crazy year for natural disasters! Praying for you and your state.

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  9. Wish you all the best for your Law Profession.I am grateful to you that you liked my today’s post.
    I am sure you wud like my other post too if you read them!

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  10. Thanks for your like at DailyBiblePrayer.wordpress.com. I pray you will take a moment out of each day to thank God for your life and ability to learn and the heart He has given you to seek Justice! And hope these daily prayers will get you off to a good start. Listen for God’s voice of guidance and encouragement in your life. May God bless your study. Laura

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  11. good for you, having an ambitious lifeplan for yourself…back when I was becoming an adult, it wasn’t expected for girls to go to college (even though my high school had college prep classes) – and two of my four brothers did go to college; all that was expected from girls in the 50s was to work a while, get married, have children. I have often wished that someone might have pointed me in the right direction–for instance, Proctor & Gamble’s original buildings were in Cincinnati, where I grew up. It never crossed my mind that home economics could have been a field to aim at–there have been a lot of what-ifs in my life. I wish you well and much success. – Sandyschatter (or just Sandy)

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  12. Aloha, and thanks for reading my posting. I like your site, posts and doggie videos … Very charming! I’ll end with with the advice my father once gave me, “Finish school. Don’t do drugs. Save string.” Admittedly, I still don’t understand the string bit, but the other two pieces are pretty sound. Cheers!

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  13. Good one ( the fire in apartment)! Made me chuckle as two of my three sons have already had a trial by fire ( one lit and left a candle burning – on newspaper, and the other charbroiled a cabinet above a toaster oven!) Neither was catastrophic – by grace of God. One is now a Nurse and the other is a resort Food and Event manager. Thanks for visiting my blog. Keep coming back!

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  14. Thanks again for the like at DailyBiblePrayer. Do not be afraid and do not be discouraged. May God reveal His plan for your life and the gifts He’s given you to you in a way you cannot miss. Listen for Him to guide you. God bless your week. Laura

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