Day One. And I’ve been looking forward to this post since last week when I said “Yes.”
It’s my Spring Training, as it were; and I’m re-acclimating myself to the sights, sounds, and smells (yes, smells â€” someone brought McDonalds in my car) of a
morning commute. I’m back in the world of the working, and I’m doing what I love, this time with the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation. I was pleased to have slept last night as I was wound up tight. Am I nervous? No, not at all. The Meso Foundation needed someone that had blogging, podcasting, Facebook, Twitter, and the works covered.
It’s all good, guys. I got this.
I picked out this shirt this morning. On purpose. This is my way of ending a chapter with a killer closing line, as well as a “thank you” to everybody as my old stomping grounds of Intersections. I learned a lot while I was there, and a part of me still missed it. But as Grant says on Ghost Hunters: “On to the next.”
Now I got Instagram to help me with my pictures. I’m having way too much fun with this app.