No, there’s no door prize if you guess right. I’m not even sure I know the answer, after driving home from a wonderful weekend at the beach, doing three loads of laundry, washing two dogs, and trying to obliterate that horrific odor in the kitchen sink from a dinner long past. (Okay, really only last Thursday, but it smelled like what I’m pretty sure things long dead smell like. A Teen kindly left something I have no recollection of eating in the kitchen sink, in lieu of turning on the garbage disposal. I didn’t catch a whiff before our short vacay, because my awesome hubby packed the car and picked me up from work on Friday.)
If you don’t hear from me for a bit, or if the posts don’t seem as frequent, I’m taking a little digital break, but still focusing on the paralegal profession, polishing up a new ethics CLE I’m scheduled to give for the first time later this week and then several more times over the next few months, “Old-Fashioned Ethics in a Newfangled World,” and brushing up (and in some cases acquiring new) technology skills I need to grow as a legal professional and a paralegal blogger. (And maybe doing some fierce house-cleaning because I haven’t looked under The Teens’ beds in a long time.)
|Gizmo the Cairn Terrier chillaxin’ at the beach pre-bath.|
I do have only one piece of recommended reading this week, in part because this post is so full of terrific information and links to explore that it will keep you busy for a while: “The Best of ABA TECHSHOW 2011” via the wonderful Beverly Michaelis at Oregon Law Practice Management.