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A trip to New Mexico

One of the great things about working from home is you can do your work practically anywhere. So for the last half of May and the first half of June, I did just that. My wife and daughter and I packed up and headed to the Southwest for a few weeks. Elizabeth and Caroline had a nice vacation of it and I just brought my laptop and worked during the day.

Kansas boy transplanted to DC. English major transplanted to web development. Lover of things.