Recently, I said good-bye to a wonderful friend and co-worker, Heidi. Although we still work at the same company, she’s now living 1,600 miles away, in the beautiful Wood River Valley of Idaho. Continue reading
It appears I inadvertently took a summer vacation from blogging! Although I hate that I let myself slip out of the habit, I had a wonderful, busy summer.
Every winter, I swear I am done with Wisconsin weather. Then, spring hits, and Madison tricks me into falling in love with it again. This year was no exception. I enjoyed some classic summer activities, like attending a couple of Mallards games and a Brewers game, picnicking during Concerts on the Square and walking around countless farmers’ markets. (However, my subscription to Driftless Organics’ CSA has curbed my buying!)
I also got to travel a fair amount. I zipped between eight states (and a district): Continue reading
I like nice. I think playing nice and trying to make others around you happy is a good quality. Continue reading
I can always tell when I’ve been traveling too much. I get really, really excited about a weekend at home, filled with cleaning and laundry. (Someday, I will tell you about my four kinds of detergent and color-coded sorting wheel.) There’s something soothing about getting your house in order after being gone for so long.
Tomorrow, I am taking off bright and early from my favorite airport to attend Network USA 2013. My co-workers have been attending this air service development conference for years, and this time, I get to go, too!
Since I work in marketing, it’s probably not a surprise that my department is dominated by women. We all get along pretty well, and many of us are friends outside of work, so we are a chatty bunch. While I enjoy my co-workers’ company, the level of friendliness is directly proportionate to the volume of the department.
I also work in a cubicle.
Today was a wild day. It felt more like a Monday than a Friday: producing an advertisement, churning out two drafts of proposals and kicking off a third, while doggie-paddling to keep my inbox under control.
The coolest thing I did today was Continue reading
Why hello there! Lovely to see you here. I’m flattered you stopped in, even though there’s a very good chance that you are probably:
- my mother
- my Madison College instructor, checking to see if the loud typer has gotten her assignment done
- just looking for Lori Wilson Park