In The Know On Flow
A Note From Kevin Marsh
Not sure how many of my readers know that when I'm not traveling I work from home. I've done that for almost 20 years and the workstyle and lifestyle suits me well. For 13 of those years I've had a very special office companion - my beagle Sam Parker. Last week I lost that companion to the relentless march of time and age. Over the years old Sam Parker witnessed a great many things as my officemate. When he was a pup I was still using a fax machine every day and Focus On Flow (or just about any e-mail newsletter) wasn't yet a thing. Sam Parker is also the reason I am so fast with the mute button on my phone. As a younger, more energetic dog he always waited until I was hosting a webinar or running a conference call to start his signature baying, the howl/bark that these hounds are known for. Drove me crazy. I miss it today. He was not so noisy as he entered his teen years - the winter of a dog's life. His days consisted mostly of napping a few feet from my desk, chasing rabbits in his dreams, and occasionally following me to the kitchen as I fetched another cup of coffee. You probably have enough distractions in your day but if you want one more, here's a photo album I created celebrating my old friend.
Until next month...
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