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Being trained

I'm in one of those virtual courses where the training schedule is in the Eastern Time zone and the technology required to participate is greater than what I've got at home. This means I have to get to work at 6:15 a.m.

What's more, it's February. There is snowy-sleety-hail. With wind. For the past two mornings I've ridden to work at 5:30 in the morning while being needled in the face with small pieces of ice. Honestly, I'd drive my car, but the garage I use doesn't open early enough.

On the plus side, traffic is very light at that hour. And I get to go home at 2:30, in the daylight.

So I'm sitting here tethered to my computer and phone, having eaten my lunch at 9:30, with a weird, schedule-induced jet lag-minus-the-jet, watching the thrilling saga of Variances and Invoice Blocks unfold before me on the computer screen.

The trainer frequently uses the phrase "at this juncture" so at least I'm reminded of Benton Fraser.

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