May 15, 2004
It's a very quiet Saturday here at the Law School, the day after graduation. It was 49 degrees when I left the house; you have to check the temperature before heading out on a Spring day in Wisconsin. So I drove in, listening to an NPR segment on a novel about a Japanese pearl diver sent to a leper colony. It's a nice clear day, and though I'm in my office now, putting together notes for a talk I need to do next month on federalism and medical marijuana, I plan to walk down State Street soon enough and get some coffee and a sandwich at a café--where I will undoubtedly sent up my mobile office and continue putting my notes together. That really is my idea of getting out of the house on a nice day!