Today is the third anniversary of The Trial Warrior Blog.
I am thankful to my readers and fellow blawgers who have taken the time to stop by and visit and share their thoughts and ideas.
I don’t have much to report in the way of milestones, except getting sued along with the rest of the Internet and having a bogus Law Society complaint for my Twitter meanderings dismissed.
Lately, the blawging muse has been fickle and my output has been less than Greenfieldian in its prodigiousness.
Blawgin’ ain’t easy.
Time is the enemy: it saps inspiration, it blinds insight, and it betrays dedication.
Balancing professional and family commitments, while trying to find the time to write something of substantive value, remains a challenge. Without sounding forlorn or cynical, I am finding less and less to blog about. Most of what was relevant, interesting or contentious in the Canadian blawging community has been swallowed up by a proliferation of law firm blogs churning out quasi-electronic newsletters, with the obligatory commendations of legal tech gadgetry and the clarion call of social media marketing.
That any of my posts have garnered interest has — unsurprisingly and unremittingly — everything to do with my fellow blawgers and readers who have generously linked and shared them. For this alone, I am grateful beyond words.