A very Happy New Year to you, dear reader, from Amsterdam. Our flights back to Amsterdam were relatively uneventful. I will say that these flights are more tiring than the ones going to Greece. I’m not quite sure why because although our Crete flight left early earlier than our Amsterdam flight, we woke up much later. Chania Airport is much smaller than Schiphol. It might have been because we had much shorter layovers in Athens and Munich. While the flights were uneventful we did have a little bit of a hiccup in Munich. Apparently, we had been called of course we didn’t know it because we arrived at the gate the flight to Amsterdam as they were boring period I got to say I don’t think much of Lufthansa efficiency.
George and Jerry are in the middle of midterms over the next couple of weeks and so we have canceled classes. They are back on my schedule as of the 16th of January. Karolina is back on my schedule as of this coming Thursday. Sander comes back on my schedule on January 10th. And most of my English Center clients are also back on my calendar the second week of January. The only person I am unsure of is Claudia who is still in Colombia.
Yesterday was supposed to be a restful relaxing day. But it didn’t turn out that way. I got a message from Brenda who wanted to do a mailing to all of the English Center. So I spent a couple of hours trying to figure out how to isolate using filters the different types of contacts that she wanted and where to put the subsequent list. Kerry was able to help me in so save me a little bit of time with the task. The only thing I couldn’t figure out was how to isolate the rest of the mailing list that had no filter on it into its own list, but wasn’t able to get to it until later in the evening when I was able to get answers to all of my questions.
That’s all she wrote for this Inkreadable installment. But stay tuned. As always, there is more to come.