Sunday, June 20, 2004

When Worlds Collide

I've started to finally settle in to my new career and I think I have managed to keep up with some semblance of my personal life. I spent the last couple of weeks in Little Rock, Boston, Orlando, and most recently Sonoma. I've been able to mix some personal travel into my schedule. After my trip to Orlando last week, I took some personal time in Napa Valley to attend my friend Kathy's wedding. Those of you who know me can find pictures on one of my other web sites. Yes, I have more than two. You can read all about my adventures and see all of the pictures at my other site. Anyhow, I seem to have been sliding in my editorial duties for the past couple of weeks. I've had a few distractions in the last couple of weeks, but I'm back, and there's no stopping me now!

Congratulations Kathy and Pat!!!

Boycott Continental! Yes, I'm serious.


Wednesday, June 02, 2004

Business As Usual

It's kind of odd what I would consider as normal. In the life of a normal road warrior, I guess we could define normal as delayed flights, screaming kids on planes, and sick people spreading their germs across the country. In fact, all of that happened to me once again in my latest adventure into Little Rock. It all started when a guy sat next to me on the airplane, and started hacking his lungs out. After he put his lungs back in, I got delayed in Dallas, as usual. The delay in Dallas caused the airline to send me on an earlier flight, which caused a chain reaction in lost luggage. Well, it really wasn't lost luggage, but rather, the plane was missing in action for several hours. After a tearful reunion with my luggage several hours later, I retired to my hotel room. Yes, it's business as usual. Everything is really back to normal.

By the way, boycott Continental Airlines! I haven't forgotten, you know.