After a week away from the office (which can be found in the truck of my car and a corner of my bedroom) following the birth of our second child, I’m back to work. And what a way to come back – a 16-hour day consisting of two sales presentations, a conference call, and nearly 300 miles round-trip along the storied Pennsylvania Turnpike. Later this week I leave on a four-day business trip, hoping that the experts are right in predicting that the Northwest Airlines flight attendants will not go on strike . . . It’s bad enough to leave your wife and daughters for several days – it’s even worse if you can’t get home due to turbulance in the airline labor negotiations.
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