Showing posts from September, 2012
So, life continues.  For the most part, it has been great.  My only real negative so far has been dealing with California DMV.  Getting two new driver licenses and registering two cars cost over $2500!  What a joke.  It just goes back to my fundamental belief in life: I am happiest when the government leaves me alone.  I am happy to pay some tax.  But for the most part, the involvement of government in my life only leads to misery. I haven't been practicing much law since leaving Alaska, but have been very busy.  Besides the running around getting things unpacked and utilities turned on, I have been visiting the courthouse.  Making cider.  Doing construction on our building.  Reuniting with old friends.  Taking care of the many details in starting our firm.  It's been good.  Just to show what a cycle life is, we had dinner where the wife and I first met 10 years ago.  This time we went back and visited our friends there with our kids.  It was strange to see the place and to …