Return of the Daily Danet (II)
I’ve been away for a bit–again. For personal and professional reasons, I wasn’t able to post for a while, and I just got out of the habit. Professionally, I was asked to take on some additional responsibilities, which included a lot of travel. Personally, my wife and I bought a new house (hooray!), but as anyone who has done that recently can attest–that’s a full time job in itself.
It’s not easy doing a home inspection, mortgage loan and negotiating with sellers on a house in NY when you’re in Europe almost every week. Thanks to my lovely wife, we got it done and are moved in and ready for the next challenge.
Those who follow me on Twitter will have noticed that many of my Broken News posts have been hitting, but they have not been updating on this website. That’s a technical glitch we’re working through. Please bear with us while we work it out.
A lot has happened since my last blog post. Democrats lost the House and most of their lead in the Senate. Dictators have been toppled in the Middle East. The American Federation of Teachers and the SEIU both hired a new spokesperson, Barrack Obama. But some things have not changed enough, including Mr. Obama’s stance on world affairs. Which is akin to saying that unicorn feed has not changed.
In any event, now that the uphill battle has been won (at least in the House), look for more every-day advice and curmudgeonly wisdom on these pages. I’m working on a post about tips for moving, which I plan never to do ever again. Never.