I’ve rarely been busier or more inter­est­ed in what I’ve been doing late­ly. I was telling Deb­bie the oth­er day that it is nice to have so many var­ied things to do that in my free time all I want to do is read instead of play­ing video games or some­thing else.

BLACKHEART Cleve­land has been eat­ing up most of my time; try­ing to sched­ule inter­views and rus­tle up good and excit­ing infor­ma­tion. We’re still at the heavy lift­ing stage, but I’ve got a good feel­ing about its direc­tion and longevi­ty. Now I just have to get out, con­duct some inter­views, edit them and get them online. It is nice to have a chance to do film/video work again, even ama­teur­ish­ly.

Through my gov­ern­ment design blog The Design State, I’m work­ing on a week­ly video with Gov­Loop where I [and even­tu­al­ly a few oth­er folks with areas of exper­tise] will answer ques­tions or present, briefly, on a cer­tain top­ic.

Abra­ham had his belat­ed birth­day par­ty and we’re head­ed out of town for the week­end. I’ve sched­uled my GRE exam, but haven’t had a chance to study yet. I’m not much wor­ried, though I hope I’m not being too over­con­fi­dent.

I’ve been in anoth­er video as The Face of Sol­id Waste:

Through­out all of this, Deb­bie has been a champ. I wor­ry that I’m neglect­ing her or my parental duties from time to time, but she said she’d let me know if I was slack­ing in that area. That’s cer­tain­ly the top pri­or­i­ty.

6 thoughts on “Prioriti[es/ze]”

  1. Nice trunk cam. It’s weird to see you in a semi-seri­ous pub­lic ser­vice type video, though the odd smile you occa­sion­al­ly slip into assures me you REALY like waste man­age­ment.

  2. you are appar­ent­ly the most attrac­tive per­son that works for the coun­ty

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