Let’s see, I’ve been home a total of one weekend out of the past 5. I slept all day Saturday that weekend, perhaps to make up for lost time.

I was in NYC for Patty’s bachelorette, my parents’ place for Easter, Chicago for a conference, and Herb’s parents’ new house the weekend after that . I go to Boston next week for work, then Patty’s wedding is over Memorial Day weekend. I’m starting to lose track of where I am, and this year is whizzing by at lightning speed.

My Spanish-speaking English student is MIA, soccer season has started, Burning Man is fast approaching, the Peru trip needs planning, my house needs cleaning, and I have to figure out how I’m going to finance all my fun.

Finished reading “Neuromancer” by William Gibson, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” by Philip K. Dick, “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” by Mitch Albom and have started a boring book about email marketing and another about how to be a research scientist. Side perk of my job is that I get to read Science or other things we publish, and it’s technically work. I mean, I have to know what I’m selling, right?

More to come . . .