Comments and Apology

I owe an apology to Pieter M. Droppert of New Jersey Family & Divorce Law Blog. He posted a comment which I tried to “approve” on a PDA. I was out of the office at the time, hobnobbing with Pauline Tessler and Peggy Johnson and the collaborative family law group when I saw the email advice of the pending comment. The comment was inadvertently deleted instead.

I owe an apology to Pieter M. Droppert of New Jersey Family & Divorce Law Blog. He posted a comment which I tried to “approve” on a PDA. I was out of the office at the time, hobnobbing with Pauline Tessler and Peggy Johnson and the collaborative family law group when I saw the email advice of the pending comment. The comment was inadvertently deleted instead. Comments are very important to every blog that accepts them and many of us of a “certain age” simply have a steep learning curve in all sorts of tech matters. Peter is a 2005 Rutgers grad and wanting to absorb all he can, and is eager to participate in this online forum where we all are learning as we teach. Good luck with your blog, Pieter, and you will find the blawgosphere a very supportive place to help you help your clients.

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