An electrical engineering major with an emphasis (or focus) on control systems. An easy example of that is the power management industry.
It’s not as challenging as I expected. To paraphrase one of my professors, “You only need to know a few things to set up the problem, after that it’s just bookkeeping and paying attention to details.”
Lawyer jokes? I only know a few; you should relate more sometime ^^ Likely. I believe it’s the totality of a cultural mindset behind it that causes the problem. It would be terribly convenient to fault lawyers, but it would be a faulty syllogism of the latter part of the process where a few lawyers are involved and the annoyance of the outcome, neglecting the former events that affected such an outcome: the personal preferences and culture that permitted it.
So many big words, I’ll take a break. I feel silly deviating from my colloquial vernacular ^^ Which perhaps should warn me it’s becoming a bad habit, hmm. I will think of that further.
That’s a very good reason. I’m glad it’s not just him ^^ I’ve had so many interests in my life, it’s hard to choose one way to help others. Which causes my hobby of counseling, I imagine. How did you settle with the choice of being a lawyer?
Not knowing what the future holds…
“I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” - Rosalia de Castro.
Working on the 2nd email between storms…a tornado watch in Vermont? Hmmmm…
That certainly shows he has an interest in you. I guess the question is ‘is it a healthy interest?’. It could be considered a form of flattery. It could be that he shares (closely!) the same taste in music. It could be that he is hoping that you notice and smile about it. As you are in the early stages of getting to know each other, I would like to believe it’s the answer behind door #3. Why don’t you just directly ask him about it? :D)
So I hear. A few of my friends are lawyers. I used to not have very much respect for lawyers because of the annoying amount of people in the world who get them to help suing others for no purpose. However, it’s a bit more respect now ^^ Oddly enough, I asked an older gentleman why he had become a lawyer, and his answer was the same for why I had become an engineer. I found that interesting. He said he liked the challenge and solving problems.
Ah, anyways, I hope you can get through that amount of time. It seems like you’ll never get much of a break, eh? You can graduate so many times before actually settling down in a career it seems. HS, community college (if you go there), grad school, bar exam.
Fun summer class? ^^ There was a time when it was contemplated that I’d go to another state to participate in a mock medieval battle. Though, I’m not thinking that is likely to happen since I have to stick around for this class.
Oh no! Invite people! Everyone loves a party!! lols Pity or otherwise! I’ll bring the cake!
Seriously, my daughter’s Godmother was in your shoes not so long ago. She graduated Columbia and worried so much that she was all career and no significant other in her life. She reached her late 20s and started acting like there was just no chance that it was going to happen.
As soon as she gave up, fate stepped in. She met a corporate attorney during a job change and ZINGGGG! Cupid struck! Now she is married and attending law school. :D) You just never know….
It sounds like a grueling plan, truthfully. That hour or two of rest after dinner would wipe me out for the rest of the day. I would most likely fall asleep and not go out the door again. :D)
Imagine…in California, no formal education is required. No law school. Just make an appointment and take the bar exam. Gutsy! I doubt there is any reciprocity with that particular state for that particular reason. :)
Oh, nice bit of randomness. :D) Flirting is a great hobby!
I have two exams left, one tomorrow and one on Thursday, and then that’s me finished until September. Safe to say, I’ve spent the last week hardly leaving the house, and the next four days are gonna be just the same.