I admit it–I didnâ€™t blog last month. That was because I was traveling and had limited Internet connection. Sorry if you missed me.
This month, Iâ€™m here! Iâ€™m also looking forward to the months to come at OCC meetings with even more anticipation than usual. Thatâ€™s because Iâ€™m going to be the co-PAW meeting leader in 2012. My partner in no crime, I hope, will be Charlotte Lobb, and she has clearly demonstrated more skill at this already than I have–but I intend to take lessons from her.
Weâ€™ll be succeeding Jackie Hyman, whom Charlotte has also assisted at times. Thanks so much to both of you! Youâ€™ve done such a great job of preparing topics for PAW meeting discussions and, when possible, having the afternoon OCC speaker be PAWâ€™s guest and the focus of our discussion as well. I hope we can continue that.
Meantime, all you PAW people–let us know if you have anything youâ€™d like us to address in our meetings. Weâ€™ll try to accommodate you. And since this is a learning process especially for me, let us know if thereâ€™s anything else youâ€™d like us to do.
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