October, can you believe that it is October already? It just seems as
though, well, I think we all have been asking where the time has gone.
In my case, too many hours spent at the office, that is where my time has
gone. Never the less, with each and every passing year, there are more
things for me to attend to and the days are just a bit shorter.
To me this is the time of year that marks the beginning of a new cycle.
Summer has passed, we will shortly turn our clocks forward and the leaves
are falling. Many of nature’s creatures have found a place to spend the
winter and will begin their hibernation. It is easy for us to also
become lethargic and settle into a slower pace with a more domestic
approach to life. It is an effort to get out, even to those things that
This is just a gentle reminder not to forget to look at the calendar.
You will discover an assortment of activities guaranteed to make the
effort to get out of the house, worth while.
Looking ahead, this is the month for Delaware Valley Mensa’s annual
Regional Gathering. This promises to be the best one yet. If you have
not signed up to attend, do so now. If you have never attended an RG,
this will be a good one with which to start. You will not be
Looking into next year, DVM is celebrating a milestone anniversary. We
are planning to celebrate all year long. The Ex Comm. is interested in
“borrowing” any memorabilia you might have. Pictures are the most
desirable item but anything will be very useful. Do review the calendars
in the months ahead for special get togethers and make a point to help
build a glorious future by celebrating your past.
As usual, I have rattled on so I will conclude here. But let me end with
a thought. Many times we must look to a past when trying to predict a
future. The stock market is a good example. The past of a given stock,
although not guaranteeing anything, tends to provide a guidepost for its
future. The same is true for DVM; we have a great future in store, just
look at our past.