It’s official: I am now retired from my (brief) 2-year career as a court clerk. It’s been fun and interesting working in our town’s court and seeing the New York State justice machinery working on the front lines. I leave with a deep respect for the fine people working for our town–they’re uniformly devoted to doing the best for the community and are a pleasure to “rub elbows” with.
I’m sure I’ll be seeing them again when I stop in to pay taxes, tweak some court software, or appear for a speeding ticket. Meanwhile, I’m having a blast continuing my education at the Corning Museum of Glass and readying for my next career as a “Glass Guide” (docent).
Robert Morgan said:
I’m glad you had a positive experience as a clerk. Certainly very different than your technical career! I’m very jealous of your glass education, as I’ve always been a big fan of glass works and art. Hope this new step continues to be fun and rewarding!