We’ve been on the move since the kids finished school, first taking them to western North Carolina for overnight camp, then Washington, New York City, and finally Massachusetts. It has been extremely difficult to get in “the zone” when the zone for me is usually 12+ hours of uninterrupted Charitocracy code warfare. This northerly migration has been great for family time, but terrible for productivity!
That all changed yesterday. I sat myself down outside Pie in the Sky in Woods Hole, and only left my “desk” to order breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks, and to feed the meter. At around 7pm open mic night started, so the last 2 or 3 hours of my 10-hour stint included fantastic live entertainment. After returning to Dad’s house in Cataumet, I completed my 16-hour work day, decimating my Charitocracy ToDo list just as the birds outside starting their own open mic.
I’ll post again real soon since I want you all to start testing before the end of this month, probably TOMORROW! In the meantime, speaking of Dad, here he is modeling his Father’s Day present (cliché-alert: while working the grill). I found it appropriate that a running shirt be Charitocracy’s first swag. We are non-stop!