*Sigh* Time for another road trip.
Diane and I are giving a presentation in Connecticut on Friday. Theoretically, it's a five-and-a-half hour drive or so.
I'm guessing it will be closer to seven hours. I need to take breaks when I drive.
Also, even though we're finishing up around 1 pm on Friday, we won't get home until Saturday.
I'm not sure if I've mentioned it here, but I've ceased highway driving in the dark (except for short trips close to home when necessary). It just takes too much effort.
So hopefully I'll get us to Albany by dark on Friday and we can get home around noon on Saturday.
Just so no one misunderstands me - I am looking forward to meeting with some of the people that will be attending and the opportunity to do some organizing work.
OTOH - I really loathe long-distance driving. I don't like having the rhythm of my life get disrupted - it can take too long to get it back.
I can't complain really. This means that there are people who feel that I have information and insights on disability policy issues worth hearing firsthand. And NDY needs more people in the disability community more attuned to the intricacies of the assisted suicide/euthanasia debates.
In a perfect world, I'd be able to do advocacy without ever leaving my home or office.
I don't live in that world, however. So I'm going to Connecticut. :-) --Stephen Drake