|Let me get my big, monkey arms around ya.|
Again, I start the week on a Tuesday. This really has to stop because I keep wanting to put out the trash on Saturday, and we're running out of places to store all our empty frozen pizza boxes.
No matter, the weekend at Blog U was a success and one of the most fun three days I've ever spent in my entire life. I'm not saying you should start saving up to go next year, but that's actually exactly what I'm saying, so go talk to your bank about a special, secret account you can start now.
(Possibly a savings, but I know nothing about what yields the best interest, and the proof I'm not financially savvy was sealed when I bought three stocks from a Swedish company based in Iowa.)
My travels took me all the way to Baltimore, and besides gaining a ton of knowledge, not having to get out of bed to take kids to the bathroom, and eating meals no one stuck their hands in -that I know about,but it's cool- I realized three more important facts:
1.) The good people at Crabs and More Since 1944 are trying to get you drunk.
2.) Airport bathrooms vary wildly in levels of hygiene.
3.) You will not sleep if you share a room with Robyn Welling of Hollow Tree Ventures. She will make you laugh until 3am, be unable to fall asleep, and creep her eyes above the covers the next day and whisper, "I watched the sun come up," like the kid from The Sixth Sense.
But just because I was out of town, doesn't mean there wasn't work waiting for me when I got back. Because this blog is wildly popular in countries you've never heard of, there was loads of spam to reply to. Best get it out of the way. Professionalism and all that.
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Ok, everyone, I have to go stop the baby from pouring orange juice in the Chex Mix bag.
Until Next Time, Readers!