Whoo-hoo. Finally on-site. All the signage looks great. Just survived my first client walkthrough on The Little Bastard show. I really wasn't required in terms of any decisions or content, but the client loves joking around with me so the Account Exec asked me to come along to help him be in a better mood. Seems to have worked.
The best part for me is that I'm wearing my hiking boots and running up and down the stairs in the conference center. Sure I'm getting hot and sweaty, but I'm in training for hiking in Whistler next week. No matter what happens on-site or how many times I have to run back and forth to the staff office, I'm cheerful as I think of that.
Tomorrow night is the walkthrough on The Big Show. I'm looking forward to grammar battles between the Big Boss and the Marketing Lead that I work with. Lots of power struggles and hidden drama. Fun times.
As has been said before, "Why can't we all just get along?"
So. The grammar question is, if I want to credit the above quote, should it say, "Thanks Rodney" or "Thanks, Rodney"?