Not wanting to leave the Midwest, and yet wanting to live in a larger city, I attended college at the University of Chicago, concentrating in political science. While there, I helped organize a stair-climb up the Sears Tower (oh, and the Willis Tower is not a thing), learned how to dance bhangra (there are videos on youtube somewhere) and how to cook (I catered my own college graduation), coached high school debate, started a guys' a capella group (specializing in Gregorian Chant), and generally brought sexy back, I mean fun back, to campus.
Following a dream to be a lawyer, I attended law school at NYU. I generally found law school to be a blast. I did moot court and mock trial and, deciding that law school was much too serious, joined Law Revue, NYU's yearly musical that makes fun of law school. I got to be the Flash and dress in a skin-tight red jumpsuit (and yes, that is both as painful and as funny as you are imagining it to be).
Sadly, one cannot be a law student for forever (Tuition is Too Damn High!), so I graduated and currently work as a lawyer for a firm here in NYC.
When I am not working, which is rare these days, I enjoy sports, cooking, gaming, scotch, singing, dancing, and life.