Friday, April 16, 2004

The winter holidays and a new spring have come and gone since my last entry here. Today is tax day, and after more than a year and a half with Marty, everything on the "selling our business" front is still very, very quiet. Some days I feel just fine, and other days I daydream about selling the business and going off on a nice, long vacation.

Our business is still doing fine, but we're also still more or less stuck at fifteen employees. I won't belabor this point, as I've already written about it enough. I have started an in-house training project, trying to train the people we have to run projects, but I'm sure you can imagine that not all geeks are cut out to run projects.

The emotionally taxing part of this is that I would either like to sell our business, or buy someone else's business (like Jerry's), but you can't say anything about what you're going through to anyone but your business partners. In general we don't talk about selling the business too much, just reporting at our partner meetings that there isn't any new news.

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