Sharon – 1, Daniel – 0
Posted on April 16, 2010
It’s about 11:30am (EST) and Daniel and I are both in the Areyvut office today. Having completed the most important things that had to get done today (an agenda for H.O.P.E., a letter to past donors, etc.) I thought I would check out the blog to see what Daniel blogged about this week. To my shock and surprise, I found my “Meetings…Meetings…Meetings” blog at the top of the heap and words of wisdom from Daniel were not to be found.
As is the custom in this office, Daniel and I often find ourselves “giving out points”. Whether I earning a metaphorical gold star for handling a difficult (not that we ever have any) phone call, getting 10 points for getting the right answer on a trivia question, or earning $1.00 for being able to decode a voicemail message, Daniel and I take this point system very seriously. I am therefore certain that it will come as no surprise to you that I was thrilled that I had scored yet another point (at least in my own mind) that I blogged and he did not.
When he gets the chance, I am sure Daniel will detail to you the reason behind his lack of blogging this week (and to think, he gave me a slight guilt trip about blogging on Tuesdays, his “resource day”
). In fact, I have no doubt that the words of H.O.P.E.
(Helping Organizations Provide Essentials), Mitzvah Clowning
, summer programming and chesed fair
will all be cited as contributing factors to this, his blogless week. Not to be mean, but all I have to say to that is: Sharon – 1, Daniel – 0.