It may be a function of having passed my 55th birthday, but lately, I have been employing the retrospectoscope at full magnification, thinking about all the things I wish I'd chosen for my second third career. Midday meditations found me contemplating the wonderful accomplishments I would have achieved as a freelance roving garden critic. The lawyering life, I thought, had been undistinguished by my contributions.
A Lawyer's Thanksgiving In Hartford
The Connecticut Law Tribune
November 21, 2012
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