Scatter my ashes here...

Scatter my ashes here...
scatter my ashes in the desert...

Friday, September 4, 2015

Being Disruptive...and Loving It

Yes, that's me. Disruptive entrepreneur that I am, sitting in my woman cave in running shorts and sandals, commuting to work through the backyard garden, working in between dog cart runs.

If you hear someone say the word B.I.T.C.H...

maybe they meant Brazen Institutional Terrorist and Corporate Hellraiser, because I suppose that would be me. Dogma and bureaucracy be damned, I'm moving forward, glad to be independent of the weighted down, soggy conformist culture. Going on two years now.

Besides, Bitches beat Dogma, anyday.

I'm thoroughly enjoying it, too. I have a new student working with me, my exercise support group just started up again, I have some new clients, and I'm busy. Really busy!

Despite many distractions I have been getting some work done out here, but I can tell I need to put a stop to the social interactions soon and sequester myself for a few weeks to get things done. I have a big chunk of work that needs completion before I am ready to pay attention to some website details and then testing.

Went to Denver the other morning. What a beautiful sunrise, it redeemed the hour and 40 minute drive in traffic that should have only been an hour and ten. Damn, Denver is getting to be like California.

I will do almost anything to avoid crowds and traffic. I absolutely hate Denver traffic, especially I-25 between Northglenn and 270. It sucks, it's always backed up, and it was a parking lot for a good 20 minutes for that 4 mile stretch. Arrgh!

I was there because I went to a meetup group I heard about, it sounded interesting to me. It's a group of physicians and other professionals in health care and related industries called Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, and it well was worth getting up at 4 am to drive down in traffic, and the hour and twenty minute drive back.

Let's just say I have found a great place to get support for my endeavors. There was a very good presentation, and just by listening to the members of the group in attendance, I have the opportunity to connect with some great minds!

The Bella seems to be doing fairly well, she goes for her rides, she's been more vocal and excited to see us, and hangs out with us more. The Canna-biscuits have been on board for only a couple of days, too soon to see if she's feeling better from them yet.

It's Labor Day weekend, and my niece Jenny is coming to visit us before she goes off to college in Oregon. She's a mini-me, in some ways, but I'm a lot shorter than her. She got her mom's height and the Nitzky weirdness. We'll wine and dine her, or beer her, whatever she wants, and take her to fun places. And take The Bella with us, of course, in the Rocket.

Running? Still on the horizon. I have a lot more work to do before I can stick to a workout schedule, but the Rocket works well, whether I take The 60 pound Bella or a 40 pound bag of mulch (or two), I'm getting a good workout, and I hope to return to running in fairly decent condition as a result.

Happy weekend all.

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