Rodeway Inn Culver City
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... to create sustainable awesomeness. Just show up and do your best. Thats pretty much all you need to do to
keep a job you like. Oh and do your homework if needed. But if a job
requires you to be working even at home it's probably too time consuming for your liking. I like freedom outside of work.
-Look to the future. Always keep your eye on the horizon of new opportunities
-As soon as you can you need to go for it
IF YOU DON'T ...
Landed safely in Los Angeles and have my business class boarding tickets ready for the Virgin Australia flight to Sydney. Am currently being treated to the Star Alliance Lounge for their business class travelers in the Tom Brady International Terminal awaiting my flight. It offers complimentary food and wines of ALL types, large seating areas to "work" or charge your technology, and peace and quiet in comfort. Very relaxing amidst airport chaos!
... That's it for now...I pray that y'all have a blessed weekend with your friends and loved ones. Be safe out there if you are attending any Christmas parties...and I ask that you please pray for Michelle and I tonight that we have a safe and UNEVENTFUL flight -- and that we're both able to sleep on the plane...and that we end up sitting next to nice, kind and friendly people (who don't smell or have stinky feet). *smirk* Until we meet again! ...
... was working. Up and down. Up and down. Fly Delta was a good deal, and its a good airline and no they not paying me to write this. Food was good, and Mark said it was the best airplane meal he'd ever had. They didn't skim on the alcohol in their drinks, and the plane was filled with American accents, like someone had left a TV going in another room. I had noise cancelling a headset, as in baby crying cancelling headset. Jock is deaf in one ear, and headsets ...
... friends of Dick's and now mine. Dick has known Marty and Nancy, Marty's daughter, since the mid1960's when he and two high school buddies drove out to California in a 1965 Corvair. Will try to make a long story short and will probably fail miserably! The three boys camped at Leo Carillo State Beach near Malibu in a ratty old tent and sleeping bags across from a fancy trailer where Marty and her family and Bonnie, a neighbor of Marty's, and her ...