Well, there you go then. Isn't that nice? The first of the lawyerettes has now produced its first writ. I suppose it is a bittersweet time. It is nice to see the lawyerettes grow up from spawn to tadlawyer and then into lawyerettes without too much harm or mishap befalling them. On the other hand, though, it also means that the vast majority of them will be going to market to be sold on to the big city law firms, small-town solicitors' offices and so on. However, for those poor adolescent lawyers that do not quite make the grade, there is no other option but a slow sad decent into the mire of politics.
Still, looking around at the young from this year's hatching, I can see several potential breeding pairs. They may well be worth keeping back here in the lawyers sties. Then we will have to see if they can be persuaded to breed with each other without any threats of legal action against their potential partners, or any outbreak of the dreaded pre-nuptial agreements*.
Therefore, if all goes well, we will be breeding pedigree Farm-Assured lawyers well into the 21st Century down here in Little-Frigging-In-The-Wold. Maybe - in time - they will grow to be as world famous as our Premium Quality Hand-Reared Free-Range Organic Hairstylists, but who can ever tell?
*Such a virulent disease can spread like wildfire through an entire herd of breeding lawyers if not checked immediately on discovery.