I may be coming to a point where my schedule (and workload) are at manageable levels. That hasn’t happened in a while…and I’m excited about the idea of having free time.
Yesterday I even had time to go and witness my son’s first haircut. We went down to the same barber that used to cut my hair when I was a kid (actually, he still cuts my hair). It really meant a lot to me to be able to do that…especially as this town has been changing so much these past few years.
On the work front, I have accepted, in word, a position with a start-up company as what will probably end up being the executive vice president of user experience. No contracts have been signed, but I have confirmed with the founding partner that the terms seem agreeable and I would sign a contract when he had one ready to review. We’re expecting to nail everything down over the next week or two.
I’m about 2 months away from my 20-year High School Reunion. It’s an odd feeling to think that 20 years have gone by since graduating high school. Time simply goes by too fast…in the twinkling of an eye.
All in all, along with catching my breath, it feels like I’m hitting those last few bumps in the road before a stretch of smooth sailing. Oh, the future will have more bumps…life works like that. I mean, how could you really appreciate the good without ever knowing the bad. It’s the duality of opposites. It’s what makes life “living”.