Worth it? Part 3: Law School

It’s officially been over one year since my last blog post, and I only managed to write two posts during my entire three years of law school. As I end yet another phase of my life, I wanted to share my parting thoughts. I graduate law school on Sunday. Pretty amazing?! After three years of…

Reflections from my “stand” on Washington

Yesterday, along with hundreds of thousands of others, I attended the Women’s March on Washington, so I wanted to share my thoughts on this momentous event and explain why I attended. Honestly, leading up to the election, I never entertained the idea that Donald Trump would become president. On election night, I experienced deep and…

Open “Goodbye” to Dallas

So firstly, no my blog is not dead; I’ve just been super busy with moving to DC and beginning law school. My posts will be increasingly erratic, but I will try to continue posting my musings about life about law school and beyond. Secondly, this post is WAY overdue. After I left HK, I wrote…

Worth It?- Part 2 The Program

In my last post, I mentioned a conversation with a long-time friend who asked me if my experience was “worth it.” I reflected on my experience in Dallas, and ultimately decided that yes, Dallas was worth it. As I mentioned in the previous post, my immediate reaction to my friend’s question was of course this experience…

Worth it? Part 1- Dallas

I left Dallas one month ago, and I finally am able to find sometime to reflect a bit on my life in Dallas. So here is goes… A few days ago, I ate lunch with a friend, and she asked me “was it worth it?”. (We have been friends for a long time, and she…

Top Ten

So I leave Dallas on Tuesday. Yikes! And that will officially mark the end of my three years at a mission intern with Global Ministries. I plan to write several posts about the transition and some reflection, and I thought that I would begin with a countdown of the most memorable moments as a mission…