I have a lot to be thankful for: a wonderful husband, two great kids, a job I love.
These are tumultuous times, no doubt. There are terrorist attacks in Paris. Presidential candidates lump innocent Syrian refugees with religious radicals. Political rhetoric has turned, at times, into outright demagoguery.
So, it was nice this past week to have a day devoted to giving thanks. Life is not perfect. It is not all roses. But taking a few moments to express gratitude can work wonders. Try it.
I wanted to thank all of you for reading this blog. Grand Jury Target started about two and a half years ago in April 2013, a few months after I started my own firm. The first few months it was easy to post, because I didn’t have that much paying work.
But as my practice has grown, time for posting has been harder to find. I still love this little blog, though. Unlike my billable work, I get to pick the issues, and I get to express my unfiltered opinions.
I’m grateful for the opportunity to write this blog and especially thankful that a few folks actually read it (hi mom! hi big brother!).
Some of you nominated Grand Jury Target for the ABA Journal’s LawBlawg 100 list. And, we made the list this year!
Thank you, thank you, thank you.