Sunday, August 9, 2009

While I was Gone

Yesterday, I stepped off a plane in State College, Pennsylvania, finishing a nine-day honeymoon that included a trip to Seattle and an Alaskan cruise. The trip was fantastic but I was mostly disconnected from the Internet while I was gone. I found it hard to justify more than a few moments online given that it was my honeymoon and I had a new wife with whom to celebrate. Additionally, it cost $.55/minute (though it's pretty impressive that you can get access at all in the Pacific Ocean)!

So, what happened the past couple weeks? We have a brand new Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Sotomayor, sworn in on Saturday. The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), about which I blogged previously (It's the ENDA the World as we Know It), was introduced in the Senate. Most importantly, however, Lawffice Space had two fabulous guest posts from guest blogger Kristina Duncan:
Thanks Kristina for blogsitting while I was gone! After a couple hectic weeks my schedule should be back to normal now. I'm back to sitting on the couch, writing a Lawffice Space entry while being subjected to awful television from my now-wife (it's Sex and the City: The Movie tonight). Lawffice Space will now be back to its normal schedule... whatever that means.

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