“Working on the tiny blueprint of the angle”

Oh I’m so far behind, I’m not even going to try to catch up. I don’t think I missed anything amazing. The horrible part is, I keep thinking about things I want to write about, but it’s like, while I’m drying my hair. I need to start keeping a little notebook with me so I can write down my ideas for later.

Another problem is that I’m crazy busy at work all the time. The group that I’m in 40% of the time (on paper) had their face-to-face meeting at our site, so I was with them for two days. And now we’re getting ready for our big learning event that starts on Monday. Remember last year when it was one crazy week and everything kind of went wrong? This year it’s three weeks, but hopefully we don’t have the problems we experienced last year. This past week was intense preparation, so I wasn’t even at my desk a lot of the time, and then next week I’ll be facilitating our on-site events and handling people’s questions that come in to the group mailbox.

Also remember my fruit-hating co-worker from last year? She’s in town for two weeks to help us out, so we came up with some weekend plans for her. Today GG and I took her into Philadelphia to show her some touristy stuff. We took the train in this morning and saw the Comcast Center (briefly – to answer my question, yes they do show other video things on the giant screens in the lobby outside of Christmas time), the Mutter Museum (which has changed a lot since the last time I was there, I guess due to its being so famous now), DiBruno Brothers, Chinatown, the Liberty Bell (we didn’t wait in the giant line to see it, there’s a window around the side where you can walk up and get a great view!), Independence Hall (from across the street because the whole area is chained off), and Reading Terminal Market before catching the train back home. Oh and we saw that new President’s House exhibit, which was very cool, and I was already familiar with Oney Judge from Drunk History.

So, tomorrow is my day to rest and relax and also do housework and watch Super Bowl commercials, and then the craziness starts Monday!

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