I just realized this is the third time in a row I’ve posted on a Tuesday. Of course now that I’ve noticed I’m wondering if it’s just a coincidence or if there’s some sort of underlying reason why this has happened? Is it my work schedule and Tuesday is the best day to write? Am I in a more creative place on Tuesdays? Do I have some sort of internal 7 day clock? I was born on a Tuesday, I wonder if that has anything to do with it?
Something to think about…
Anyway, moving on to what I actually meant to talk about, MyFax is going on the road and I get to go with it! Tomorrow morning I’m leaving for Orlando for a week to exhibit at a conference.
I’m not sure how I’m going to react when I step off the plane and there is no snow. I’m sure some people reading this are not going to be able to relate, but this winter has been out of control here. We actually just ranked in as the 9th snowiest winter in 70 years and the way the forecast is looking I wouldn’t be surprised if we move up to 8th or even 7th before it’s over, if it’s ever over. To give you an idea, last year we didn’t have snow until the end of January. This year it started in November and it just keeps coming. It’s to the point where I’ve contemplated moving into my cubicle until spring, and if the selection in the vending machine were better, this would have all ready happened.
Needless to say I’m looking forward to a few days of not having to wear 3 layers of clothing and a hiatus from shoveling, but I’ll admit part of me is worried when I get back I’m going to have to wrestle a polar bear before tunneling my way to my front door.
One more thing, we’ve added an RSS to this blog, just slide your eyes over to the right and you’ll see an orange RSS button. If you click it and subscribe you’ll be notified whenever I write a new post, this way you won’t have to keep checking and being disappointed if there is nothing new. If you were thinking you’d just come back on Tuesdays, I should warn you, now that I know about my subconscious pattern I’m going to make sure to break it.