I had never thought to have a second office this late in life but Patricia Reynolds persuaded me that doing so made sense. About 20% of my practice involves Clay County cases, and I do enjoy my work north of the river. Pat connected me with her landlady, and away I went. Now my name graces two directories and I find myself with a regular 4-days-here, 1-day-there schedule. It’s a bit late in life for this much change, but I’m not complaining. I’m looking forward.
Forward. That’s unusual for me. I spend a lot of time contemplating the past. But this move, more than anything else, has me considering the future. Not necessarily a future as a full-time Liberty lawyer, but certainly a future as a happy woman. My life might be quirky; it might set some to shaking their heads and wondering. I think my destiny has always been written with scattered crystals and leftover beads.
Jenny Joseph would be proud of me.