After working Monday (27 Jan.) at the car rental branch and a stop for dinner along the way, I attended the monthly soccer referee in-service clinic at Grand Glaze Branch, St. Louis County Library. The clinic this month had a video presentation on match situations and how to correctly deal with them. Some food for thought.
The next night, I went from work to CRM Hobbies in south St. Louis for the IPMS/Gateway business meeting, hosted by CRM Hobbies owner and IPMS/Gateway President Chris Merseal. We planned the February meeting and discussed some club business.
Work has been fine this week. Monday morning found me working out our branch in Ballwin, about 1 mile (1.6 km) east of my home branch in Ellisville. It was temporary duty that morning, as the vehicle service agent normally working there was away. I almost found myself going to another branch Tuesday morning to cover for a sick VSA, but my branch called back soon after I set forth to say I was not needed there and to return to the Ellisville branch.
On my day off today, I got my taxes done (signed, sealed, and e-delivered), and also cleaned my car and my laundry. Plus, I got some flyers run off and distributed promoting the IPMS/Gateway contest on 6 Sept. in Sunset Hills, Mo. More info at http://ipms-gateway.com.
I'm co-hosting Writer's Block, the monthly online radio show, this Saturday (1 Feb.) at Noon, Central Time (1800 GMT). Check it out here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/autistic-people-. The show will be archived for download soon after it airs. Hope you can listen in.