I went to the office Monday, but Tuesday and yesterday, the freeways (and the road to my little street) were nothing but ice, so I worked from home. At the moment it is -6 degrees. That is unheard of in these parts — and I dislike it intensely!
I’m going to brave the weather this morning and try to steer the Element toward the office. There are some things that must be accomplished (physically) from my office — and they are due. I’ll get billing out today, and print the catalog for the TDX Test on Sunday, stop by the storage unit and retrieve my hiking boots and gators — cause it’s going to be very cold up at the tracking area (7000 feet above sea level).
The Cardigan News Bulletin was mailed out on Tuesday. It’s my first issue as Editor in Chief and I’m eager (gulp!) for comments. The National Photo Contest winners are in this issue — such great photos (even if they must be 8″ x 10″ to be considered). You’ll see winners from fellow bloggers Shep and Taryn — whooo hooo! I found a typo in the copy I picked up at the printer — and it’s in my own ad — darn! The next deadline isn’t until May 15th so I have a little time to learn more about Photoshop and our design program. Editing the Bulletin is a volunteer job, but I sure enjoy it more than being a lawyer — most of the time.
Negative 6! EGADS! That has got to take a toll on the native vegetation…
I hope the weather breaks soon! You all have had a terrible last week. Thank you so much for taking on the Bulletin, I know it is a huge task!
Thanks for doing the editor job…it’s a tough/fun one I am sure. Maybe someday I can help you with part of it?