This would be a good time to recap how i am 3 for 3 getting injured whenever I leave Redmond to do something Microsoft-related
- Go to Miss State as a returning-alumni visiting speaker: torn shoulder blade from running through SeaTac airport trying to catch my flight. Out of training for 3 months
- Go to the Online Community Business Forum in Sonoma: Shin splints and a (possible) stress fracture from hiking Mt Si 2x in a row the week before. Being the 9 weeks on crutches
- Go to TechEd: Walking boot too big for me. Knee goes out. Tendonitis (and something else I can’t pronounce) Back on crutches (week #5 of 9 weeks now)
- Go to OSCON: ????
I’m tempted to make a t-shirt for OSCON that says, "Going to figure out OSS@MSFT, whatever it takes," as a walk around on crutches =)
If you read Raymond Chen’s blog, you’ll find out that he traded cars with me, since i blew out my left knee on my return from TechEd. As I drove Raymond’s car, he got to drive my ’97 Geo Prizm w/o hubcaps that has nothing automatic (nothing). To give you a better idea, when i sold it, the trade-in offer was 250 dollars. (Thank you Raymond!! I owe you!!).
Anyways, wish me luck at OSCON! Stay tuned for the trip report.