I’m a Sunday dweller at WordCamp, which means I procured a second pair of socks at the Yoast/Bluehost table. Which means I now have 1 pair of bluehost socks, and one pair of rainbow Yoast socks. Does this defeat their intent? Yes. Am I pleased that I have rainbow socks? Yes!
I got to spend my last day with some of my GoDaddy co-workers riding bikes around DC, throwing frisbee around the capitol, spent some time at the aeronautics museum, and finished up with some sushi. I’m now safely home in my camper, both wired and exhausted from the weekend. ‘Till next time, y’all!
I had a montage-ready trip around Washington DC with some colleagues.
Turned in early for WordCamp this evening to eat delivery pizza and drink beers with some of my favorite co-workers. It was a perfect low-key way to end WordCamp this year. We listened to a wide range of music, talked about cultural cuisines, and watched some old YouTube videos. This may be my new favorite way to close off WordCamp.
Just getting a selfie with one of my favorite people ‘round these parts.
Parked the camper about 1/3rd of the way to DC from our summer home in Vermont. Didn’t even bother disconnecting it from the truck. We’ve got places to go!
I do feel bad for this campground though. We’ve done this three times to this same one. It’s just in the right spot for a late night layover on the way to DC (and more importantly, the Outer Banks ????)
In-addition to my business cards, I made a QR code on my Lock Screen that links to this page:
Getting the impression that there’s an ever growing interest in this in-favor of business cards. Maybe I need to revamp my follow up system, since it currently depends on the cards I bring home.