Yesterday I got a once in a lifetime opportunity in court. My client works on a farm cutting and baling the grass. She needed to get back to work as soon as possible, so when I got the chance I let the judge know we wanted to take care of her case quickly. I got to tell him, on the record, that my client needed to make hay while the sun was shining.
This is a wonderful job.
Incidentally, many people associate Claude Monet with haystack paintings, but Martin Johnson Heade was painting landscapes, particularly haystacks, at around the same time as Monet. And since Heade was an American artist, I figure he deserves the limelight here at Johnnie Law.