Thursday, August 14, 2008

My How Time Flies

Greetings from beautiful Boulder, CO

It's been a very long time. I've gotten messages form many of you and I'm sorry if I didn't get back to you. Life has been insane and my summer completely evaporated. In the past two months I've dealt with a Plutonium incident, written Congressional testimony, met with Congressional investigative staffers, become very well known (despite my best efforts) to the very senior management of my organization and traveled rather extensively. And oh yeah, tried to fit a couple of critical moments of personal time in there too. In the past three weeks I've gone from Maryland to Boulder, CO to Maryland to San Francisco/Sonoma to Maryland to Boulder, CO and tomorrow I'm heading back to Maryland then immediately leaving to drive to Florida. Next week I'll drive back to Maryland, then at some point in the next several weeks travel back to Boulder.

I've mentioned before that I work in health & safety. Suffice it to say that we had a major safety incident in June and life has not been the same since. I won't go into details but here is a link to publicly available information for those that may be interested.

In the midst of all the craziness I did manage to squeeze in a few days alone with my wife in Sonoma, CA to do the whole wine country thing. It was wonderful. I plan to blog a bit about it and share some pictures but it's going to have to wait.

I'm not back on a regular basis (yet!) but I did want you all to know that I'm still here and that I miss you guys. Until I can post again I hope you all are well and I will be back.



Malach the Merciless said...

So, how long you gonna be in prison for selling plutonium?

Bruce, a work in progress said...

No prison dude. They can't catch me, I haven't been in one spot long enough.

Malicious Intent said...

That's right, keep on the move and they cannot catch you!

Man, dude, seriously need a break with the Misses and not just a few days in CA. Although wine country is pretty fine! Thankfully she is patient and standing by your side (maybe kicking you in the ass now and then but all men need that here and there.)It's called a male unit tune-up. 19.99 at WalMart.

I hope you can get off the roller coaster soon. I mean I love roller coasters, but they do get boring after a spell if you have no other choices. I mean there is the zipper, the carousel, the ferris wheel, that spider thingy....gotta make the rounds.

It was nice to see you around again. We have bee missing ya.


Liza said...

Hope you get off the roller coaster soon! Missed hearing from you.

BBC said...

Boulder and Sonoma are both nice areas, I enjoyed them when there. I once hauled a load of wine out of Sonoma to Montana.

Things are crazy, it's a bat shit crazy world.

Vicki said...

Wow, you've been crazy busy. I'm so glad you and L got to spend some time together after RWA. I hope things slow down for you soon. But thanks for being one of the ones to keep us safe!!

Tarot By Arwen said...

And to think I LIVE close to there and heard nothing about this. :| Glad to have found your blog for all sorts of reasons. ;)

Colonel Colonel said...

EEEEK. But good for you to be able to get out in Arid-zona. Beautiful country, that and southern Utah, which my wife and I love very much.
But um, yeah, please keep us all safe, you know?

You always will have barbecue privileges here in western Massachusetts.

Anonymous said...

Missing you. Having a hard time. Things have not been peaches and cream. When are you coming back?

Anonymous said...

Sorry, cannot get my logo in to work from the hospital. That is me (M.I.) above.

Kitty said...

Hello Bruce! Thank you for the lovely comment you left at my blog. My word, I've missed you all so much. Sorry to read things there have been so busy - hope by now it's calming down a little bit?

Thinking of you. Take care :-) x