Waiting In The Wings and a “Sunday Thoughts”


Friday night was my last night of training at my new job. Starting Monday, I show up at my own little station and start answering phones for 8 hours a day. My new schedule is from 1 in the afternoon until 10 at night and should provide me with enough decompression time after work to start contributing to this blog in a more consistent manner as in the not so distant past.

I have an “Amway-related” entry I want to talk about and some bragging to do regarding my new job and a few other things I wanna talk about this week so those are waiting in the wings ready for me to write.

I also plan to talk more about Social Media in the upcoming weeks. That’s going to require some actual research on my part, but I’m looking forward to it.

But it’s Sunday and that means I can’t leave you without a “Sunday Thoughts” entry. As I said, Friday night was the last night of classroom instruction and afterward, a few classmates and myself went out to celebrate. So this quote is more than appropriate.

“I think a man ought to get drunk at least twice a year just on principle, so he won’t let himself get snotty about it.”

–Raymond Chandler

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