this week was a puddle-jumper trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma, as I begin carving out a new role and position for 1 of my 2 paid jobs, and a new realignment of who I’ll be working with.. it dawned on me how relaxed (read: slow) life can be in a smaller city like Tulsa, with the 2nd best (shortest) commute time in the country – a wide swing from being in metro DC which has the 2nd worst (longest) commute time.. we enjoyed excellent steaks at Spudder my first night there, being in the midst of steak country, you know I had to..

what this should mean is possibly more travel, more conversations, and more strategizing.. all getting ramped up by this summer, if all goes well.. this will be a much more engaging work, not just for me, but for the general public, if we pull this off.. knowing corporate culture of the contexts I’m in at the moment, I probably don’t have the liberty to divulge too much at this moment, and I’m not about to test it while the cogs of realignment are just beginning to turn.. stay tuned..

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  1. scott says:

    Lived in Tulsa for a year about 2 years ago. Missed the ethnicity, culture and great restaurants of Minneapolis and Chicago where I had lived before. BUT, the weather in Tulsa couldn’t be beat. Although the summers are unbelievably hot.

    Best wishes!

  2. scott says:

    P.S. A great thai restaurant in Tulsa:
    Lanna Thai.

    Lanna Thai Restaurant
    3535 E 51st St Ste M
    Tulsa, OK 74135-3554
    (918) 712-3273

  3. If you’re ever driving east from Tulsa on I-44 to St. Louis, Rolla, Mo. (where I live), is right on the way. Maybe we can meet for coffee. – Andrew C.