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Spent the bulk of the day at a colloquium at Seattle Pacific. It wasn't the worst day I've ever spent, but unfortunately the presenter read half of his speech from the four-page article we read beforehand. Word for word. That can be deadly dull. The Q & A wasn't much better, and it went on about an hour too long. When the room feels dead, cut bait and run.

My latest hair-brained notion is to pursue a job with a higher education software company across the country. It would land me back in the DC area, and 60-80% of my time would be spent travelling. The honest truth is, I don't have many ties anywhere, and it might help the monotony. Why not travel, and have any downtime I get be spent in an area where I have some friends?

In the spirit of honesty, I'd have to admit that if the deal were sweet enough, I'd walk immediately. Maybe that's a crappy thing to do, but I'm just plain tired of what I'm doing.

Time to chat with a friend for a while.


hey sugar!!

i never call people names.
i say go for the employment opp. do what you want to do... even if it means leaving what you are doing now and is not related in the least bit. live. travel. explore. experience.

sometimes you have to stop dreaming your dream and do it. (words from experience quite recently) and when you wake up and realize its time to move on....its a glorious feeling.