Wow! It seems like just yesterday that I started this little construction law blog with a two line post on the Blogger platform. When I posted that announcement six (yes, it’s been 6 years) ago basically on a whim, I had no idea that I would still be posting my “musings” on construction related topics this far in the future. Now, 6 years, a jump to solo construction practice, and over 600 posts later, Musings is still going strong.
This past year here at Musings has been a good one. I’ve spoken at a couple of CLE’s on construction related topics and (thanks again to all of you who voted) been named to the Virginia Business Legal Elite in Construction Law for the 8th year running. I’ve gained some new friends and clients and generally had a great time writing here at Construction Law Musings and practicing law at my firm.
Thanks to all of you readers and those that have helped me keep Construction Law Musings interesting through your Guest Post Friday posts, this little corner of the “blawgosphere” has taken on a wonderful life of its own. Your comments and thoughts have on more than one occasion gotten me past some writers block and gotten me back on my weekly posting track. Without the great colleagues and friends I’ve met since starting this blog, I likely would have stopped posting years ago.
So, without further ado, thank you to all of you who read Construction Law Musings. Thank you to all of my friends and colleagues who support this construction law blog and my construction law practice (you know who you are and it would take weeks to list you all). And, saving the best for last, thank you to my great family for all that you do to support me in my solo career and my life in general. You all have made the last six years of Construction Law Musings a fun and rewarding ride.
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