On Tuesday, Rod Blagojevich's lawyers painted a pretty clear picture of what their lives have been like since the jury began deliberations in the former governor's corruption trial.
"I'm going back to the office to stare at my wall," defense attorney Sam Adam Jr. said Tuesday. "That's all I can do."
His father, Sam Adam Sr., told NBC Chicago that even after 48 years of watching juries, he still has butterflies--and has been sleeping 2 hours a night, at most.
While the defense lawyers have their reputations at stake in the trial, the ex governor is the one facing jail time if found guilty. So what has he been up to for the past two weeks?
Adam Jr. told the Tribune Blagojevich has been reading, and most likely spending time with his wife and children. But what else has Blago been up to?
We made a few guesses. Because even we are getting anxious for the verdict--and really wanted to Photoshop Blago in a kiddie pool: