Every Monday night, Judge Lora Livingston leaves behind the world of Rule 202 hearings at the Travis County Courthouse for the wonder of picking up the confounding 7-10 split.
If you aren’t familiar with the 7-10 split, it can’t be found in the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure. But it can be found at the Austin bowling alley where Livingston has gone for the past 20 years. There she does some of her best work, attempting to knock down 10 pins with a heavy ball.
“We bowl on Monday nights. And one of the reasons I like it is it’s a transition back into the workweek,” Livingston says. “By Friday, I’m exhausted. And by bowling on Monday, it eases me back into work.”
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