Kaitlin Renee Gilhooly, an alleged PBGV, my girly-girl has crossed the bridge.
A Business Trip to the UK With Sales In April 2009 (a long, long time ago), I took a trip to England and Scotland with one of the IBM sales managers. As a sales trip, it was mostly customer meetings. The trip was designed for me to go over and teach the UK sales and … Read more
There are many phrases I never thought I would write, and one of them was, “Well, now I’ve been to a funeral on Facebook Live.” My cousin Joey Koch died from COVID-19 this week and his funeral Mass was in D’Hanis this morning. There were actually more people at the service than I expected. Most … Read more
Somewhere in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams recounts how the Starship Heart of Gold uses its Improbability Drive to escape an attack. By using the drive, the missles converging on the ship become a whale and a bowl of petunias, which is rather improbable. As the petunias fall through space, the only … Read more
This report has been a long time coming. Still, better late than never, I suppose. On January 10th, I was going to let the dogs out for a pee break. I was annoyed, which is not a good way to be when traversing tight areas. I caught the corner of the dog ramp with my … Read more
Last Monday was a Day from Hell which stretched into the Week from Hell, and so much of it is blamed on “Corporate America” and so much of it was preventable – not easily, perhaps, but it’s not like they didn’t see it coming. Even more chilling, it’s going to happen again. Every year about … Read more
I hate MRIs and it hasn’t happened yet.
It takes two days to drive from Cedarville to Dallas (with an overnight stop), so this was still faster, but it’s interesting how long it took American to just say, “We’re not flying this plane back to Dallas.” We were on American flight 1492 from Columbus (ha!) to Dallas, and the plane was in a … Read more
If you don’t drive enough, the car stops working.