I didn’t participate in SoCS and I miss the permission to ramble on. I was on the road last week, and, as often happens I’m caught with a hole in the schedule. I wrote the posts for last Wednesday and Thursday before I left. I wrote Saturday’s post in the airport and I gathered ideas and photos for this Wednesday and Thursday while I was gone. This Saturday is National Train Day and I have had that written for a while.
But what of today?
“You could skip a day!” – I think that was my lovely editor.
I enjoy this writing thing. I don’t want to skip a day. But today, Sunday ‘cuz I scheduled this post for 6:04 am, is complicated and pulling me every which way:
I had air-travel issues on Friday, but we’ve been down that road, many times. And to be honest, since I didn’t get beat up or tossed off the plane, my story doesn’t stack up.
I have had issues with my health and issues2 with my health insurance, but I’ll write about those after they are resolved. I don’t like stories without an ending. Also, my health issues pale by comparison to those of others. And, I fear my health insurance issues will soon pale-by-comparison2 to those of others.
I had a special event last week, but it deserves better than to be a fill-in-the-gap story. I haven’t figured that out yet. That’s not true, I know what I want to say, but I haven’t figured out how to say it.
I attended a short hectic meeting/discussion/working-session/series-of-amazing-presentations on “Leadership in Revolutionary Times” but my brain is still digesting all that content. Suffice it to say that there are some very smart people in the world and they aren’t all robber-barons.
Maybe “skip a day” works. Walk Maddie, sit with Maddie, have a beers and get ready for the week.
Somewhat random photos today: