I hope you all had good holidays and that your new year has started well. And thanks to all my blogging friends for interesting and inspiring readings on a daily basis during my first six months of blogging! What a wonderful community! And thanks to all followers and visitors for stopping by from time to time.
For the next ten days or so I’ll be changing my Florida capris and sandals to a business suit, boots and an overcoat, my old Explorer to a variety of jets, and my calm ocean views to bustling city views with myriads of people, traffic jams and ancient buildings.
It’s time for me to open my window to the world again. That means it’s time for non-virtual work, face-to-face type of business elsewhere on this beautiful earth. This probably also means sporadic connectivity and much less time for blogging. I will try to post whenever I can, but will only be able to catch up on all my favorite blogs once back home again. I look forward to that. Be good.
Running to catch flights
learning and teaching lessons
15 thoughts on “Tiny Business”
What will you be working on?
I consult on management and leadership issues for clients overseas and every now and then need to spend some quality time with them face to face.
Hope you have a beautiful trip. Enjoy the scenery! And keep “SMILING!” 🙂
Thanks! I won’t forget the 🙂 I promise. That’ll also be good for “client relations”!
Try to fit some fun into that Tiny! We’ll miss you! hugs!
I expect there to be some fun and some adventurous food too…will tell you later! I may risk some serious data charges to turn on my ” WP reader” in the iPhone to see what you guys are up to 😉 Hugs!
Safe travels! Hope you manage some fun time in between those business meetings!
Thanks! I hope so too, the surroundings will be quite exciting, would be a pity to just see the hotels and the meeting rooms 🙂
Have pleasant journeys and come home safely. Enjoy!
Thanks a lot! Take care!
Be safe…and happy! 🙂
Just back safely! That’s a good reason to be happy!
Good to have you home!
Enjoy, and we’ll look forward to hearing all about it…! 🙂
Thanks! It was both work and adventure…more later.