Angel’s Share: Musings of a bourbon sipping ACW Student

December 20, 2008

Where does the time go???

Filed under: Uncategorized — angelshare @ 11:01 am

Hi Folks,
Well, it has been quite awhile since my last blog entry. Life has seemingly gotten in the way! The second half of this year has me with tremendous focus on work and school. Work is extremely busy which in this economy, I am thankful for indeed! The fact that I have had no real time to relax and focus on Christmas bothers me, but then I think “this too shall pass.” I have hired several new people and my challenge starting in January is to bring them up to speed in their new roles.
School has been another matter altogether…really busy and with luck, by mid January I will be winding down as I finish up my BS degree in Business Management. This has been a long standing goal of mine and perhaps a nice topic for a future blog. Suffice to say that “Global Business Strategies” combined with “eBusiness” and “Quality Management and Process” – well – I’m about burned out on learning about business.
I long for the opportunity to get back into my Gettysburg research. That day is now on the horizon and I plan on digging back in at the end of March. “But I thought you finished school in early March” some might ask….well, there is that weeklong well deserved, turn off the phone and laptop, lay on a beach and spend time with the family vacation that’s coming in mid March. Can’t wait!!

Merry Christmas to all of you if I don’t get the chance to post by the end of the year and I look forward to seeing all of you soon!
Thanks for reading,


1 Comment »

  1. Welcome back. Don’t be a stranger!

    Comment by Harry Smeltzer — December 22, 2008 @ 5:30 am | Reply

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