Monday, July 14, 2014

Sabbatical Day 34 - The End

My company, Red Gate software, has given me a 6 week sabbatical. I’m documenting the time with all the posts under a tag if you want to follow along.

Today is the last day of my sabbatical, and a cut short one at that. I leave at 11 for the airport to fly to the UK for business overnight. Not quite what I expected, especially with a trip in the middle over a weekend for work, but it is what it is and I'm OK with that.

Today is actually no woodworking or volunteering. I was up early packing things, trying to find my computer/work stuff and get it in a bag, then dropping my daughter off at a volleyball camp, handling some bank paperwork that had to be notarized, and then heading to the airport.

It's amazing to think it's been six weeks. I made it a little over halfway through a woodworking class (more coming next two weeks), volunteered and learned a lot about Habitat, and built a flagpole from scratch.

I'll review the six weeks on the flight, but it's been a fun ride.

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