MMX and Counting

I feel a bit remiss to have checked out so abruptly, and not to have managed even a holiday greetings or New Year’s post. Truth is, I just managed to get all the pre-holiday loose ends tied up before rushing out the door for a long flight (Paris-L.A., non-stop). And despite my best intentions, once I made it to the City of Angles, I found it harder to cross back over that work-vacation divide than I’d expected. So along with my apologies, please accept my belated best wishes for peace, health and prosperity in 2010. I also feel like I […]

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