December 12, 2013
The Dangerous Women launch event in Santa Fe went swimmingly! George reports that the proceedings were filmed and will be online at some point. I’ll post a link to that when it’s available.
Of course I picked the coldest, stormiest week this winter to drive to New Mexico. The temperature was 7 F when I left Boulder. The washer fluid in my car froze. This has never happened to me before. I figured out how to do this thing where when my windshield got too dirty, I’d draft behind a semi to get slush splashed on the glass, then set the wipers to full for a minute. That would get the worst of the muck scraped off. Nice, huh? By the trip home, the temperature was up to 25, and the fluid finally thawed out.
You’re thinking I should have flown to New Mexcio, right? Turns out, driving was actually the correct choice, given that I don’t know a single person who got on an airplane this week and didn’t have some kind of epic cancelled and delayed flight adventure. And by driving, I got to do some emergency last minute location scouting for the current work in progress. Nice!
Now, home, and diving into the holidays in earnest. *rolls up sleeves*