Personal Update

(This is what I was talking about but it is too soon in the election cycle.  But yeah, when I saw it I laughed out loud.  1 point for the Democrats.)

Due to the hectic nature of my life at the moment.  I will be hardly posting at all until the end of June when my temp job at Habitat for Humanity Intl. ends.  I’m doing that for 32+ hours a week while keeping my 3 main part-time jobs: personal training four days a week, teaching some guitar lessons, and my church job.  Its been strange being this busy and yet not that stressed.  All of my jobs I can pretty much leave at work.  But, it also means I have no time for blogging.  Rest assured, I am still listening to audiobooks.  Since we talked last I have finished a book on Ayn Rand, I listend to Huckleberry Finn (or the beginning of it), a lecture series on something that I forget at the moment, a book on corporate leadership that someone gave me at Habitat, and I am currently listening to The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman.  So thoughts are coming, but there is no outlet.  So I’ll be back up and running come July, that is if I don’t explode before then.

Also, I need to address something I said in one of the subway interviews that seemed very sexist, but I guess I’ll have to do that later.

Also, Alicia is going to Rwanda in 2 weeks.  She’ll be gone 10 weeks!  On monday though a friend is coming to live with me for the summer.  For those who don’t know, he’s a buddy from Taiwan.

Also, the presentation at the National Trust Conference in October is for sure happening.  So I’ll see some of you in Buffalo then I hope.  We will be presenting on a theory of urban development and decline at the block level.

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3 responses to “Personal Update

  • Linda Clifton McCormick

    glad for the personal update and that you are juggling all these balls so well.

  • roc

    Hey Jer,

    Glad to hear you’re learning how to balance things in a non-stressful way. I’ve only just managed to figure out how to keep work and life separate. I encourage you to keep posting on your blog though, when you find the time. I’ve found your posts interesting to read (though I haven’t been able to comment… feel free to yell at me from afar). I’m sure that if you keep it up the kind of discussion you’re looking for will pick up.

    Cheers,
    Roc

    • JDW Clifton

      good to hear from you man. I don’t really have time to post much these days. things will wind down come July though. Seriously, good to hear from you and thanks for the encouragement.

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