Two Weeks Notice

Two Weeks Notice

First off, I want to get a few things out of the way. I am not really a writer and have never claimed to be one. My posts will vary greatly in length. Some may be more interesting than others and some might only be interesting to me. But isn't that the nature of writing? Writing is not only interesting; seeing what other people think is interesting as well. This may be irrelevant depending on your point of view, but I am going off on a tangent, which I do from time to time.

 

 

Anyway, now that that's over here is a video of a panda eating that I forgot to post last week. Pandas are still awesome and as one of my good friends reminded me after reading my first post, "who doesn't love bears?" He is right. Mainly because he exhibits the characteristics of a bear on a daily basis (only doing the required amount of movement -- eating and sleeping), but this is a story for another day. You will soon realize, if you haven't already, that I am very easily amused and entertained.

 

I almost forgot to tell you why I titled this post "Two Weeks Notice." As I am writing this, I have been in D.C. for two weeks. A lot has happened in these two weeks. I covered most of it in my last post but, never fear, life went on and I still have things to write about. Work is going well despite the long hours and I enjoy the people I work with. Last Saturday, a group of friends and I went to the Holocaust Museum. Since it is not one of those museums that you can walk away from saying, "Dude, that was awesome! I really enjoyed that," you have to come up with different ways to describe it. If I had to describe it in one word that word would be: "intense."

 

The memorial at the end of the Holocaust Museum tour.

 

Well, that about does it for this entry. I'm thinking about posting something funny at the end of each entry starting with the next one. It may be a funny picture or video of a bear or it may be completely unrelated to bears.. I haven't decided yet!

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