In addition to my normal work at the toothbrush factory, for the past five weeks I've been covering for at least two of my coworkers. Which has lead to a couple of long days. One is out on maternity leave. Two others have vacation time they have been needing to use or loose.
Since my last post I've successfully lead the Cascade Vaulters have through our first two competitions. Check the club web site for photos and details. Many thanks to Tamea Denault and the Emerald City Vaulters for their help and the use of their horses.
I've also been playing a much more central role coaching the NW Ladies composite team. I'm the primary technical person for the composite team preparing music, etc. We've also been recording digital video at the end of each practice for review at the start off the next practice and by doing so really accelerated our progress. But it means an additional hour or so of prep time between composite team practices [twice a week], dumping the video off my camera, editing the segments together and burning them on CD.
To top this all off I've decided that it's time to look for a new job outside the toothbrush factory, so I've been posting resumes, applying for jobs and going on interviews.
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