Thursday, December 31, 2009

Time and Relativity

Sitting here at my computer, I keep wondering where this year went.

It was a year of major changes in my life: retirement and a new house foremost among them. Not to mention several major cases that seemed to drag on forever. But despite the press of events, the year just seemed to vanish into thin air.

When you're as young as my granddaughter, when a week is a sizable chunk of your own personal universe, time seems to move at the pace of a glacier. But as you get older, and one day blends into the next, the days all rush by in a blur, and the end of each year leaves you wondering...where did it go?

JEFFREY CAMINSKY, a veteran public prosecutor in Detroit, Michigan, specializes in the appellate practice of criminal law and writes on a wide range of topics. His books include the science fiction adventure novel The Star Dancers, the exciting second volume in the Guardians of Peace-tm series, The Sonnets of William Shakespeare, and the acclaimed Referee’s Survival Guide, a book on soccer officiating. All are published by New Alexandria Press, and are available on Amazon, as well as directly from the publisher.

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