Sunday, November 19, 2006

Twenty hours and counting
Sometime around 4:00 am tomorrow, I'll be leaving for Toronto. I am driving an hour to join a tour bus that will drive another hour to pick up more people, then head off on the 10-hour trip to Toronto. That doesn't include any stops. Gee, I hope it's only 10 hours. I've booked a 6:30 pm dinner cruise for Thursday night that cost me $79 CN and that I sure don't want to miss. The fellowship on the bus, both up and back, should be one of the best features of the whole trip. I only recognize two of the 60 or so names. I'll probably recognize some additional faces, but most of them will be new friends to make.

I've barely started getting ready. I can't find the registration packet I received from GSO months ago. I spent about ½ hour on Monday night looking for it, with no luck. So today, after I get home from work, I've got to find it, figure out what to take and get packed. Then I want to go to bed as early as I possibly can so I don't fall asleep on the 1-hour drive to the bus. Sometime during the day today, I've got to find time to make two phone calls. One to GSO to find out how much trouble it will be if I can't find my registration packet. The other to call the DCM who offered to let me sleep on his couch tonight so I'd only have a 15-minute drive in the morning and thank him but say I've decided to sleep at home tonight.

I do plan to take my laptop computer and two cameras (one digital and one non-digital SLR). Hopefully I'll have plenty to report. I sort of doubt I'll have time or want to take the time to post while I'm there. But I might. Otherwise I'll be posting after I return late Monday.

It's gonna be great! Until then... sayonara!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello I just entered before I have to leave to the airport, it's been very nice to meet you, if you want here is the site I told you about where I type some stuff and make good money (I work from home): here it is

9:24 AM  
Blogger JGH said...

If you're still planning on going for an MBA, I suggest taking a look at the MBA admissions resources and GMAT resources here.

5:56 PM  
Blogger Abhishek Rana said...

An Executive MBA, or EMBA, is a graduate college student student stage organization. An Executive MBA program is a lot like a regular MBA program. A big difference is that an Executive MBA program is mainly designed to notify working professionals, managers, entrepreneurs, and other organization management.

Industrial Engineering the department of engineering that provides with the growth and management of methods which include people and elements and ener the web MBA degree programs. for working professionals and Part time in chandigarh

12:33 AM  
Blogger Tejesh Mehta said...

Hey there, I found your blog very informative and helpful. I've read almost all your blog posts and would really love to read more of it. I request you to please start your blog once again. I suggest you also syndicate your blog on popular sites like where you will find millions of like minded people as a ready audience. Keep Blogging. Cheers!

2:29 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home