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Bar Card in the Courthouse

edited April 2021 in Off-topic 219 karma

This afternoon I entered a rural courthouse out in East Texas and the sheriff's deputy asked me if I had a Bar card. If I'd had one he would have waived me through security check. I heard myself say, "Not yet." That makes me smile. Y'all. These are just hurdles. This damn test (which I think is actually really fun) - just a hurdle. The years of study ahead - hurdles. Passing the Bar exam - a hurdle. At the end of it, I will practice in my small Texas town. And I'll have a Bar card. That inspired me today. We can do this.


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