It’s been a while.
Don’t judge me.
It’s been a helluva month at The Day Job™.
This post will be quick. I have a TON of stuff backlogged and with a little tweaking, formatting, and editing, is almost ready to go.
The Day Job™ has been my home for over 25 years, and I’m finally ready to pursue other things in my life. But first, The Project from Hell™ has been the bane of my life for the last several months, and I finally blew my top.
I am the lead on a huge IT (yet I’m not in IT. How fascinating is that?) web-based project, and let’s just say that some of the assignees were less than engaged. We pushed back the go-live date a couple of times until I more or less had a meltdown.
I am leaving The Day Job™ in a little over two months, and I knew most of the team wasn’t aware of that. I let them know it (after all, as the project manager and SME – Subject Matter Expert – it was only fair), and I’ve been putting out fires ever since. And, if you follow me on Instagram, you know that I’m also attending wine events and have weekly wine meetings. And then there’s Toastmasters; I’m the President of my club.
Which means that by the time I get home to Casa Wineaux, I’m beyond beat. Ergo, absence from VegasWineaux.com. That’s not the look I was going for.
However, that doesn’t mean that I’ve been a total slacker. I’ve been cracking the whip at the Vegas Wineaux team of authors which they have largely ignored because they think I’m harmless and adorable, gathering notes and info for the backlog of stuff I have to post, and preparing to up the game and quality of the YouTube channel. I have some cool new equipment that I’ll be using to showcase my improved…hopefully improved…video for the site.
So if you’re still keen on learning about stuff about wine, Vegas, etc., you’re at the right place. Meanwhile, the countdown to May 2nd continues!
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