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Our office did a bit of rearranging this afternoon.
Thanks to technology, all I had to move was some files, my purse and my laptop computer. Everything else could be networked to my new desk.
I couldn’t help but compare it to reorganizations I have lived through in the past. They took much more manpower and many more hours to complete. Also, they were more mentally stressful; in today’s move, I changed locations by a factor five feet or so.
I think I can deal.
For the past three days, the kitchen at my office has been overwhelmed by a strong aroma of molasses.
No one has ‘fessed up to eating waffles or pancakes, or syrup in any of its forms, but the molasses smell remains.
Then I read that today is the anniversary of the Great Molasses Flood of 1919!
Now granted, it took place in Boston’s North End. And I’ve never thought of food as having a spirit life. But…
I’m pretty sure the molasses ghosts are in our kitchen.
After I have been working at a summit for three days in my role as master of ceremonies, it takes a while for me to turn off that host instinct.
When I was walking down the concourse at the airport last night, I found myself smiling widely at people I didn’t know and saying hi. It took a few minutes to stop.
Funny thing – – one of the gentlemen that I smiled at was one of our clients.
So that worked out.
Oh, great Apple:
Your products have seduced legions of worshippers, prostrate before thee at your Apple chapels.
But your plugs are a sin.
An Android agnostic
This is Ellie, the little girl who has inspired my company’s fall fundraiser.
Ellie is nine years old and has autism. Her family loves her very much, but struggles every day to create a safe and happy environment for her.
Ellie currently goes to a wonderful school for autistic children, but the summers remain a struggle. Last summer, Ellie had the opportunity to spend two weeks at Camp Ramapo for Children, a beautiful facility in upstate New York for children with special needs. Ellie’s parents were initially worried about how she would do away from home, but she took to it like a fish to water!
Our charity event “Ellie’s 555 Superhero Challenge” will help fund Ellie’s visit to Camp Ramapo next summer. Five superhero teams from GDS International will scale five of NYC’s most iconic landmarks on December 9, 2015. Please help support Ellie and my team, Team Superman, by donating today!
Thanks so much from The Sticky Egg!
Everything is bigger in Texas, I know.
But these roses are RIDIC. And red.
(Thought they were supposed to be yellow….?)