Believe it or not, this is my 100th Girl On Wire! For nearly two years, I have posted a blog every Monday (or close to it) and this column has helped me to actually look forward to Monday mornings 🙂
The intent of this project was to provide our readers with a new perspective; on technology, Teltek, Baltimore and whatever other topic that seemed like a good idea at the time. Since I write 3-4 more blogs for our web sites each week (I also author the Teltek Tekspert column for our IT site), this has become my “freestyle” blog. It’s been really fun coming up with topics and sketching them out. I usually start it on Friday and then finish it over the weekend or Monday morning.
This morning I was watching the Today show and they were featuring a story on Chris Hadfield, the Canadian astronaut who has been providing everyone on earth with a unique look into his extraordinary adventure aboard the International Space Station where he serves as Commander. He has demonstrated how he eats, brushes his teeth, shaves and performs other daily functions in zero gravity that the rest of us undertake effortlessly every day. Most recently he posted a rendition of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” on You Tube, complete with a guitar! Not only is he a skilled astronaut, but he’s got pipes and a great sense of humor too!
My objective with this column was to do just that; tell a few stories about me, the company and interesting topics and try to make them funny now and then.
Sadly, this will be my last blog as Girl on Wire. Teltek and I are parting ways on good terms, but leaving is never easy and this weekly column is something I will miss very much. Thank you for joining me on my own adventure with technology and blog writing, it was wonderful to have you along for the ride!
Cheers to all of you and to Teltek! Although I am hanging up Girl on Wire, my support and best wishes for Teltek goes to infinity and beyond…
Thanks to Buzz Lightyear for the quote. I could not think of a better way to say it!