This brief update is coming to you live from Atlanta, Georgia, USA! This is a quick work trip without my family, which means I fly in, teach the 2-day class, and fly home. Barely 60 hours will have elapsed from leaving my doorstep to returning to it. A few quick observations:
I will need to put all my "cloud pics taken from airplanes" in one Flickr set. It doesn't seem natural that one person could love clouds so much. I never get tired of seeing those clouds from above -- the happiness and peace and contentment always feel fresh to me.
I started this book as our plane left Austin, and I literally read the last page as our plane pulled into its gate in Atlanta. Funny, effortless, quick read. Don't know that a lot of it will stay in my memory, but I learned a whole lot about Mennonites.
Finally, upon walking into my hotel bathroom, I noticed this:
I followed the directional arrow, peered a little lower, and saw this:
Taking into account the minimalist decor in the rest of the room, I presume the whole point of putting the toilet tissue under the cabinet was to preserve lack of visual clutter. And since guests couldn't see it, the hotel had to label the cabinet? (Actually, I think it was part minimalist decor and part not enough functional width in the restroom. Still a little goofy if you ask me.)