Bevo in Britain

2 Feb

As this morning is a bit odd, to say the least, this is going to be a strange posting.  To preface today’s oddity, the kids received iPod Touches for the winter holidays this year.  Therefore, Gabriel is no longer using his burnt orange iPod shuffle, and I have inherited it.  Until yesterday, the shuffle has sat on a shelf.  I pulled it off and reset it.  Being a UT Alum, I named the iPod the natural name for any burnt orange device, i.e. ‘Bevo’.

Today I am traveling from Cambridge through London on my way towards Reading for a company meeting.  On the way, I decided to listen to some music.  I see people doing it all the time, so what the heck.  Well, I have to say it is quite bizarre to travel through Britain listening to Johnny Cash.  For some reason, I felt like a fish out of water.  Talking about surreal.  Next time I’ll try a bit of Pink Floyd or the soundtrack to Trainspotting (oh yeah).

I hope your day twists like seeing Bevo in Britain… Guy

Bevo  British Countryside

Guy Lipof

Accomplished Engineering Executive with deep consulting and sales expertise in healthcare and life sciences, particularly in oncology, driving business strategy, delivering innovative solutions, and improving patient outcomes. Care partner and advocate for raising awareness about and investment towards Brain Cancer Research, such as Glioblastoma Multiforme and IDH mutant gliomas.

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