I've been working in Omaha (in a remote sense) since 1999. Over the past fourteen years, I've made literally a hundred trips to this city. Kind of weird when I think about it. This has been my home away from home.
Working a lot on paving the way for the life changes in progress. Those are financial, medical, emotional, business and personal changes. And, of course, ultimately mortal changes. These days I'm so caught up in the details that sometime it's a surprise to remember what I'm really doing.
My actual 49th birthday is tomorrow. We're having a dinner for me here in Omaha. We fly home Friday, where I have some medical stuff in the afternoon, then my family birthday dinner Friday night. Saturday is the birthday party for
Next week I see the oncologist, the attorney, the accountant and the financial planner. Plus JayFest and JayCon XIII. And my very dear friend
So the week goes on.