I give my share of presentations. And I have my share of presentation anxiety. This spring, I gave six of ’em. The audiences ranged in size from ten attendees, to 500. I was preparing for one of my last presentations of the season. My topic skirted the tech field and I was worried that we’dContinue reading “The Finer Points of Delivering a Presentation”
If I had more time to blog right now, I would compose a post about the YouTube video embedded here where President Biden awards the Medal of Honor to Korean War Veteran Ralph Puckett Jr. That post would gracefully tell you that: The Prime Minister of South Korea was there. Cool. President Biden helped Mr.Continue reading “Medal of Honor Ceremony”
Last night, hubby and I started an audio book. We were looking for “something good” and came across: Midnight in Vehicle City: General Motors, Flint, and the Strike That Created the Middle Class by Edward McClelland (Author), Jeff Zinn (Narrator) That sounds great! I thought. I have a complicated relationship with the cities of DetroitContinue reading “A Moment in Family History”
The day before Christmas Eve, Hubby started feeling like he was coming down with a cold. He stayed home from work and slept all day. Dragon and I decided to continue on with a cookie delivery mission. We dropped off plates of holiday cookies to friends and family. On Thursday, Christmas Eve, Hubby and IContinue reading “Notes from the COVID Ward”
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