This Week on “The Docket”

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In court every morning, the judge calls the “docket” or the calendar for that day.  Here on the blog, “The Docket” is my weekly post that gives you a little peek into the life of the Attorney in an Apron, and what kinds of fun things are happening in my life this week!

This (past) Week on the Docket:
I had a fantastic week filled with amazing food and libations (see below!) but I put on a few L-Bs so I need to tone it down a notch this week… it’s all about moderation. Typically, I’m pretty good with moderation, but this past week was a holiday week so that’s usually the time when I’m a little bit bad!
On Thursday, I left early with Abigail from work and we went to get Mexican food and margaritas. Then I left there and went to meet up with one of my favorite couples, Arpita and Bren at Jose and Sons in Raleigh. I enjoyed margaritas, sangria, and CORN. OMG y’all the corn was so good that I forced Matt to go back the next night to get the corn, a michelada (beer bloody mary…OMG again), and the skirt steak. The served the steak with yuca fries which were VERY good!

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If you need further proof that I indulged this week, look no further than my Instagram:

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I went to brunch on the 4th with my friends Stephanie and Sarah (and Sarah’s little one) at the Farmer’s Market. It was so much fun! They also had this adorable sign (see left)!  Then of course I did a little blog posting and tweeting/instagramming (as if I could live without it). On Sunday (today), I helped Stephanie move out of her office so she could get ready to move into her new office (so many changes happening around here!)  It’s been an insanely hot week here in NC and it’s supposed to get even hotter!

Next up on the Docket:

This coming week I plan to take it a little bit easy and just focus on work and wrapping things up to prepare for our move. I have to send out closing letters and such and get the clients set up with the attorney who is taking my place. I’m also working on a document for that attorney with every case, a summary of what has happened, client’s goals, and what needs to be done next. It gives me a little anxiety to leave my clients in the hands of another person, but fortunately, I have a good replacement and I feel like he will do a great job for my people. In the evening, I’ll probably stick to my normal schedule of decompressing with instagram, twitter, and re-runs of Top Chef on Hulu. Hopefully, we can all stay cool in what is supposed to be an extremely hot week in the City of Oaks.