#36: I can feel it coming in the air tonight

Phil Collins has been tearing it up on my spotify 80s hits station, and now I can't stop hearing that first line to the song. Now it's in your head too. You're welcome.

Anyway, here we are. Nearly October. I've been a terrible blogger. 

Updates from my life:

ONE) I joined Weight Watchers and slowly lost 13 lbs. Yeah! I'm trying to slowly give up animal by-products because I saw this scary doc called Forks Over Knives on Netflix, that convinced me that I am on the cusp of heart disease, not to mention the environmental implications of meat eating blah blah blah ANYWAY... my pants are a little looser. I swear, I could lose like 30 lbs and still be in my same wardrobe. Who are this mystical people who lose 5 lbs and go down a size? 

TWO) My startup is chugging along. We have made some progress on both our technology and our VR project about the holocaust. When I have more to share, I will be sure to post about it. In the meantime please follow us on social media so that we don't look like fools:

  1. https://www.facebook.com/StitchbridgeVR/
  2. https://twitter.com/stitchbridgeVR
  3. https://www.instagram.com/stitchbridgevr/
  4. https://medium.com/@StitchbridgeVR
  5. And of course our website: www.stitchbridge.com

We will mainly post on facebook I think, but we're going to try keeping a blog (you all know how that's been going for me, so need I say more) and it's still TBD on whether we will just host those postings on the website or Medium. Medium, for ya'll not familiar, is like Twitter's Mansplaining brother. Essentially the same, but with a longer word count and higher sense of entitlement. Yay for self-publishing! 

Our accelerator (AlphaLab) ends with a bang on Nov. 2. Called Demo Day, this is basically the final presentation you give to the people who invested in you, might invest in you, have hired you in the past, might hire you in the future... you get the idea. I think we are in a good place so far, but this approaching deadline brings me to my final update-

THREE) I'm really freaking out, it's only like a month until the NYC Marathon. I'm doing much MUCH better in my prep than LY, but lets be honest. I saw a blind man in his 70s, wearing a tux run faster than me last November so I feel like that's not much encouragement. 

The after party for the 5-year, or how sarabeth REALLY needed matzoh ball soup at 3am

The after party for the 5-year, or how sarabeth REALLY needed matzoh ball soup at 3am

In final news, my 10 year (WTF) high school reunion is coming up. I don't think I'll be going. I guess I'll miss the "engagement" reunion. I'm not worried, we still got babies, divorces, second marriages on our timeline. Many milestones to come.