You won’t often see this in my blog, but I am nearly at a loss for words.
I can report, however, that this was an interesting day. One of meetings attended, meetings rescheduled, obligations met. Yes, that was a phrase and not a sentence. Something you won’t often see here, either.
Insouciance, indeed! Callous disregard for protocol. Shameless indulgence of my bad mood. Deal with it.
Toastmasters is always interesting. Today was particularly challenging. Our two scheduled speakers had other things come up and they could not attend. This creates a difficult situation, one that demanded quick thinking, a willing participant, and heroism at the local level. All of that is easy, if you have a good club.
We do. We are a group of people who pitch in, stand in, stand up and stand out. You are welcome to come and see for yourself. Send an email, if you want details.
Writing in the evening sometimes presents a problem. Today is one of those days. The morning I would say was successful, in spite of my bad mood. The end of the day was even better, as I did my work very well and achieved a successful outcome in spite of difficulties. And that’s the first time I’ve ever used the phrase, “in spite of” in two successive sentences.
I’m done now. I hope you get me.