Vlog on the Run: DC Bloggers and Flat Tire Edition

Time to be a little zen about things as schedules just kind of… vanish.

Had another DC Bloggers meetup today. There are some pretty excited people, which is good, because that makes up for my utter lack of time to actually do anything with the group I’m ostensibly running/managing. Ended up going on a bit longer than expected, so, that’s both good and bad.

Made the jump from Bethesda (where the meeting was) to Wheaton (where the car I’m renting for tonight ended up being). For some reason the car I’d reserved closer to home ended up not available. Which is kind of ironic, since the one I ended up with kind of had a mostly flat tire (and has been missing the cover for the gas tank–not the gas cap, just the hunk of metal that makes it all look pretty and semi-smooth on the outside–for a long time now).

After a quick errand and a drive home that had me correcting for the flat-tire-introduced pull to the right, I’ve had to dig out my air compressor (because I have one, from when I had car that needed its tires refilled daily), get a video shot and uploaded, recharge the phone, and get air in the tire so I can get to the housewarming party tonight in Virginia.

Yeah… I was supposed to be on the road to that now-ish. And there was another errand I was going to run, but opted not to because of the later pickup than expected and the flat tire.

Always an adventure, right?

So, celebrate with me a little in today’s vlog–this is #75! Woot! 🙂

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I've been on the web since about 1994. I have a background in a lot of things, including a five year stint as a journalist and over a decade of helping people get their message out to the world.

I write on a number of subjects--everything from relationships to personal development to politics and every day life. I hope you get something worthwhile out of it.

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