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July 3, 2012
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The following is not bad news, but it’s not good news either. I’ve been putting this off for about a week, hoping that a better option would present itself, but without a doubt my fate is sealed. Tomorrow, Bunny and I will be boarding a plane to take us 2,000 miles away (less as the crow flies, further as the plane flies). Our local job wasn’t keeping us afloat, so we’re going back out on the road. We will be attending an orientation/refresher class Thursday and Friday, and then we’ll be cruising 48 states once again.
We really wanted things to work out at home, but the work just wasn’t adding up quick enough. However, there is a silver lining, if you can call it that. My dad’s (lives in Florida) health has been a bit erratic lately. He spent a few days in the hospital recently, and has some surgery to look forward to (yeah right) in the near future. This change of jobs will give us a chance to go visit him. That was not an option with our local (Arizona) job.
Anyway, I’m going to set up some posts ahead of time tonight, so HTnD will continue on its semi-regular schedule (for now), but updates on Facebook, Google+ and comments most likely will experience some lag time. I will do my best to keep the posts coming as smooth as possible, but this job (expedited, on demand delivery) is a feast or famine line of work, not to mention internet access on the road can be hit or miss even with your own WiFi hotspot. I will pre-load posts every chance I get, and comments will be first on my to-do list when my computer makes an appearance. If all goes well, you will hardly notice any differences, if any. 🙂
No promises, but if anyone would be interested in a face-to-face meet-and-greet, shoot us an email and we’ll add you to the list. The better I know you, the more likely a meeting is to happen. That, and factor in the unpredictability of my job versus your schedule… it could happen. 😉 Please include the name I know you by, and city and state I might find you in, and a good email and/or phone number to reach you at (with # include name to ask for).