Tuesday, June 24, 2003

Reporting from Baltimore, MD

I'm in Baltimore once again, and for the first time in many years, I'm feeling time zone challenged. I think it has to do with that nagging problem of aging. I was planning a lovely six hour drive to Durham tonight, but I found a flight that gets me there this evening, which sounds a bit more sane. I'm starting to think that I'm getting a little to old for this...

Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Greetings from San Diego

I woke up this morning in Phoenix, which is currently synched up in time zones. This has been a good week, despite a few travel setbacks which you'll see in one of my editorials later this month. I'm back on the road again, and I think things are starting to get back to normal, for the first time in quite a few years. This time, I'm not working myself to the brink of destruction. Seven days a week is a bit too much... I've started to actually take one day off every week, which I haven't done in several years. Since I have control of my schedule, I'm attempting to be a bit more humane to myself. I've got a conference call at 5:30 in the morning, which I consider cruel and unusual punishment, so I've got to sign off once again. Take care, and I'll talk to you from one of my adventures in Baltimore or Durham next week. See you then!

Monday, June 16, 2003

My So Called Life (at least the part of it that wasn't stolen)

It's strange what you can get done when you are actually home for more than 48 hours. It's been a really wild experience, aside from the identity theft and other goofy stuff I had to deal with. I actually had time to catch up with a couple of friends this weekend. Who would've believed it? More editorials are coming your way soon. For the first time, I'm finally catching up with life. Amazing what 96 hours at home can do... I'm on my way to Phoenix tomorrow, so take care and travel safe. I'll be back... (Isn't that what Arnold said?)

Thursday, June 12, 2003

Back Home from Hawaii

I went to Hawaii, came back, and here I am again. I am waiting for the next adventure, but I have four whole days at home, which I haven't had in a long time. After a week back home in Hawaii, I am ready for retirement. However, I know that's not yet possible... at least this year, anyway. My next adventure takes me into the Phoenix and San Diego area later next week. I'll do my next report from the road. In the meantime, I think it's time for more storytelling, so I'll work on my editorials this weekend. Catch you later.