We pause from our normal programming for this brief public announcement. (In other words… “It’s time to pay the bills, kids!) Remote Service Engineer with Cisco Call Manager (1188) We have an urgent need for a Remote Service Engineer with Cisco Call Manager experience! For more information email me here, or comment below. Location: Greenwich
We pause our regular programming for this important update! (aka, time to pay the bills!) NEW Trade Floor Support Engineer (Small Environments), Positions available. Job Description: Are you a desktop guru? Do you love the trading floor, and excel at staying cool and collected in this fast-paced and stressful environment? This is an opportunity to
To setup, a phone interview with Bill, follow this link to set up your appointment. Bill’s Interview Calendar for Trade Floor Support Engineer Positions Trade Floor Support Engineer (Small Environments), 5-6 Positions available. Job Description: Are you a desktop guru? Do you love the trading floor, and excel at staying cool and collected in this fast-paced
So, what do you do when it’s 19 degrees out? We go for a ride! (It is warmer in the car after all!)
We had a spare day or two before the wedding and so we decided to do a little exploring out of Ossining, NY and up the Connecticut coastline. Our first stop was in Bridgeport, where we found Seaside Park.
Of course, we picked one of the coldest days of our visit to get tickets, but hey, it was worth it to rub elbows with the likes of Carla Hall, Clinton Kelly, Daphne Oz, Michael Symon and producer Gordon Elliott! (well, we didn’t actually get to rub elbows, but we were in the same room, and we got to shake hands with Chef Michael Symon after the show!)
I am, a self-proclaimed digital nomad, working where ever the WIFI signal is strongest. I’m not really a nomad, yet. But those of you who follow my blog, know that I like to travel whenever the opportunity presents itself. Today, the opportunity did not present itself and so, I am “working!”
As the photographer(s) and videographer(s) were busy posing this blushing bride, and her dashing groom, I seized the opportunity to capture a few of my own photos! Although they were a bit closer, and somewhat safer (That’s busy 42nd street between us!) I was able to capture a few photos, that are still some of my all-time favorites!
Every time I come across these photos I chuckle. Who are they, I don’t know, I will never know. What I do know is that I was in the right place at the right time, to capture these moments. That is, after all, my superpower, I can freeze time!
Let me share with you the most important thing I have discovered… where ever you go, whatever you see, share it with others! Don’t be afraid to stop and smell the roses, to share a smile with a stranger, a meal with friends and build memories together that will last a lifetime!