I had the pleasure today of seeing my youngest daughter Charlotte perform brilliantly at her Middle School Christmas concert. I was really proud of her! It’s one thing to sing along with the radio while riding in a car, and it is another thing entirely to perform before hundreds of parents in a large auditorium, singing into a microphone that amplifies every nuance, and flaw, in your voice. My older daughter, Bridget, also performed wonderfully, even though she didn’t get to solo this year.
Attending my daughters’ Christmas concert always puts me on a higher plane of holiday spirit. So when I returned to the ETA headquarters I started thinking maybe it’s time enter a holiday hiatus. My hard-working staff would certainly appreciate the time off (you don’t think I do all these posts myself do you?) So, if it’s okay with you all, I won’t be posting anything new here until after New Years. I’m going to use the time to work up some new “Law Clerk Chronicle” posts and some other stuff that will hopefully be well received. And, I’m going to work on my presentation for the ABA Tech Show next March in Chicago (hopefully, I’ll see some of you there).
Meanwhile, if you have some time I strongly suggest you visit some of the links over on the right hand side and see if you find a site or two that appeals to you; they all come with a strong personal recommendation. Anyway, I hope you have an outstanding holiday season, and that you come back and visit again after the first of the year.
Oh, and one more thing: if you have kids and you are thinking about getting them a music CD for Christmas be sure to visit this site first.
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Thank Saint Nick that you’re finally taking a break. Who thinks you’re crazier with all this blogging, your wife or the staff at your firm?
Have a great break!