The Blog Formerly Known As Practical Paralegalism
Normally, if you worked in a law firm, I’d say, “No.”
Then that would be just like lying (if in fact not actual lying). I’ve clasped on the same ankle bracelet, albeit a very delicate one, every spring for ten years, just as soon as the weather is warm enough for bare legs.
|Loft tee ($10 on sale); Loft skirt (on sale at Loft Outlet
earlier this year); Nine West faux snakeskin pumps (Shoe Carnival); MMD
tie obi belt (Megan Mae Daily); MMD button flower (Megan Mae Daily)
During the tenth summer, my boss of nearly 20 years commented, “Hey, nice ankle bracelet. Is that new?”
So clearly there are exceptions to the rule.
|This skirt was made for twirling. Everyone should twirl while they can.|
Today was extremely busy at work. I did immigration and workers’ compensation intakes, prepared for a Social Security disability hearing, and recorded this month’s Paralegal Voice podcast at Legal Talk Network with The Paralegal Mentor, Vicki Voisin, and Jared Correia, Esq., the Senior Law Practice Management Advisor at Mass LOMAP. The man knows his law practice technology and is a BIG fan of legal assistants. (Find out how big a fan by listening to the podcast which should be available shortly).
I also tweeted a pic of our ticked-off cat. Hey, I’m a busy girl (and @ExpertParalegal on Twitter). Well, actually, I’m not a girl or anywhere close, so I wondered if maybe I need to dress more like a grown up paralegal after someone called me “cute” today.
|Now neurotic Cairn Terriers are cute. This is GizMo workin’ the cute.|
Is a woman ever too old to be called cute? (I hope not).