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Sean P. Sullivan

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Pardon the interruption

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Folks, apologies for going dark. After suffering through April allergies - in June - and the loss of my closest family friend, I arrived back in Seattle last weekend and promptly set out to catch up on wine tasting and blogging. It was not to be. My computer imbibed a bottle of Riesling - not even a good one! - which I must note sounds a little bit like the dog ate my homework. This led to numerous interactions with so-called geniuses at the Apple store. Several PCs worth of repairs and a distinct lack of customer service later (is it just me or is Apple slowly becoming everything PC people once despised?), my computer is back in my hands and a safe distance away from any wine bottles. Back in action next week. Enjoy the weekend.

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  1. Jscolas1 Says:
  2. Welcome back!

  3. Roger Says:
  4. Sorry about your friend. I'm glad that you're back and have made it through all of the obstacles. This has been a terrible allergy year. I was in Napa last week, and it was horrible loading up on medications before entering each tasting room. I'm sure it affected my perception of the wine -- though it was that California stuff...

  5. Thanks JS and Roger! Much appreciated.

  6. Rand Sealey Says:
  7. Sorry about your friend and the streak of bad luck. But I'm sure you'll be back on track in no time.

  8. Judy Phelps Says:
  9. I'm going to have to shut you off Sean :)


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