There I was, no hard-copy book, no magazine, no printed reports to read. Stuck for 75 minutes on the public transit system.
I refuse to read the trashy free papers that decorate the floor and seating of the subway cars.
What to do?
Out with the little notebook, jot a few topics for the blog. Close the notebook and file it in my slim leather folder.
And sit back.
The more I thought about it, the more I wondered why I was carrying the little leather folder. It held a pen, a pencil, some business cards, my notebook, and three memory keys.
I buy lunch at the client cafeteria. At $6.00 it’s a refreshing treat for me.
I don’t really need a notebook; the client site has scrap or blank paper. I really need only one memory key, and that would fit in my pocket.
Next trip I’m leaving the leather folder behind, and traveling with
MP3 player (20g)
I’ve come a long way from the briefcase-stuffed with-the-world.