Monday, December 25, 2006

Two nice gifts

Two nice gifts this morning already: news that Grits received the "Equal Justice Award" from the editors of the Blawg Review, and from Kathy this original piece by Sam Hurt, the Austin artist who drew the cartoon Eyebeam.


I do all the cooking in the house, so this small line drawing, which you'll notice Hurt did this year, will hang in the kitchen. It's titled "Lurking Fork."

Thanks to the folks at Blawg Review for the nice compliment! Be sure to check out the other deserving legal blogs receiving accolades - some familiar names among them, but several I'd not seen before also look quite interesting.

3 comments:

Libby Spencer said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours Scott.

elvez1975 said...

FYI, Sam Hurt is a UT Law graduate. There is hope for all lawyers...

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