I have nothing

Have you ever come home from a day in the life, and realized your tank was pretty much empty? If I could pay $2.39 for a gallon of thought right now, I’d be all over it. I’m torn, though, between rambling on to see if you’ll stay with me, or admiting defeat and going to bed.

arrrgggg. If I admit defeat, you’ll no doubt notice on another post something I said about not giving up or some such, and my credibility will be shot.  Shot!  So ramble I shall, and remember, this is your fault.

I received a package in the mail today. A friend of mine wants me to provide some feedback on a CD he’s created, and I was happy (!)  to agree. That’s part of the reason I’m spent. I listened to about 40 minutes of amazing content, and wrote a full page e-mail to him to let him know my thoughts. Here’s a slightly shorter version:

>>>>>>>>

Dude,

Wow. Great content bla…bla…

Fantastic 40 minutes with one very short audio glitch yada…yada…

Thanks for including me such…such…

Rob

>>>>>>>>>>

So, a tip of my hat to a friend (and his partner) for creating what I’m sure will be an amazing and successful product. If I didn’t know how hard he works and how much he cares, I’d probably attribute his success to luck. Of course, anyone who I can call friend must have at least a little luck working for them…

One comment
  1. I got my copy of the CD yesterday… but I’ve been on ’empty’ all week and just haven’t had the energy to review it. KUDOS to you for making it a priority, Rob!

    And DOUBLE KUDOS for continuing to blog even when you’re tired. You’re my hero!

    Cynthia

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