Weather-oriented Practice

So long ago, when I was an intern at a museum, there was a volunteer who would only come to work on rainy days. It was  beautiful; everyone knew he would be coming in if it rained that morning.

Thinking back, this was one of the first times I ever noticed the all-encompassing pleasure in employing a quirky but workable alternative to an existing system. Thanks to that guy.

With the work we’re doing and the dialogues we’re building, a weather-oriented practice seems appropriate. So here is my announcement: if it’s sunny, I’m not available. If it’s rainy, you know where to find me. (Since we’re in Port, we should be working quite a lot.)