Ship's Log
Thursday, August 17, 2000

Alone in Thought

    The rain comes and cleanses—like the end of a chapter or a cosmic blink. The camera is still busted.

In Lund again…waiting out the weather...again. Thoughts turn to home. How will my life be different as a result of this voyage. Marriage will no doubt change things... what I value, prioritize. What I need—what I need to change—what am I waiting for? What am I learning what am I teaching; what is the resolve I can create. Reed’s friendship brings so many possibilities. He is a brilliant, happy man with the same quest for figuring out how the universe works. We may be too much alike to work together…but our skills are very complementary. So, as the ever-inspiring entrepreneur, I see the potential for a web support company for non-profits. In his strong silent way, she has expresses his desire to work with non-profits. Doing good for the world with his skills. He is someone with the ability to work anywhere, but the integrity to turn down work if it isn’t really helping the community. I respect that. However, his suggestion for the company name: "Do-Gooder Computer" warrants further discussion. I can’t tell you how many business licenses I’ve applied for. The hardest part is find a niche and selling that niche. I have learned a lot over the years. I have done several free-lance services and been employed by non-profits for more than 8 years now. I see how it works and perhaps it’s time to go for it. It is easy to see the perspective from the water. It Is hard when we’re in it to see all the other options available to us. With Reed as a business partner and both of our impending unions, there will be four to consider. Which is great, because our partners will bring their own set of skills and creativity. Partners, wow…how does a group make decisions each are truly equal? A new concept for me indeed.

It's a small world after all. It's a small small world.

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