Well, at least I could think about writing another blog. In reality, there's no way I could keep up with another blog.
Some of you have written me and asked for more work stuff. So, here you go. I have had some GREAT adventures lately!
My number one favorite thing about my job is that it gives me the opportunity to witness history with my own eyes. It is a privilege and a joy to be one of the people in between the viewers and the actual history happening.
It's amazing. I will have lots of great stories to tell my grandchildren one day, if I remember them. If not, maybe they can read this blog!
Thursday was one of theses historical days.
You may have heard there was a little decision coming out of the Supreme Court.
I got there pretty early. Around 7:30am. Not a lot going on at that point, just a bunch of media setting up (including us). Major media events in DC like this are fun, because I see a lot of my media friends who are usually spread out - covering Capitol Hill, the White House, or the campaign trail - all in one place. It's like an NCC all church gathering - all campuses are represented.
So, things were pretty quiet until the belly dancers showed up. Because I want you to experience this yourself, and because you probably didn't see this on the news, here you go:
I love the scene of people with signs from different positions, side by side. I even love people arguing with each other about who is right. I love this country. I love that we are generally civilized enough to debate each other without shooting guns into the air in a crowd.
I couldn't watch TV, obviously. So, I just walked over to where they were making it, and listened.