Flying into San Diego, you get a spectacular crystal-clear view of the city’s downtown and Balboa Park, not to mention San Diego Bay, just in the last minute as the plane is about to touch down. If the wind is from the west, that is, otherwise the plane will land from the west and the view will be different.
We’re ensconced in the San Diego Sheraton, and right now the hotel is trying to figure out how connect three computers in one room. No WI-Fi in this place yet! But if you are reading this post, it means that they got it figured out.
I’ll be posting about myeloma issues as often as I can during the conference, so do stay tuned. I’ll also be leading a fun run at 1:00 pm Saturday, and will be involved in other publicity events for Team Continuum.
If you have a Facebook account (who doesn’t?) and haven’t done it yet, please go to Facebook.com/ERACECANCER and “like” it, because a sponsor will contribute $5.00 to Team Continuum and it won’t cost you anything more than a few seconds and a couple of clicks.
View from our hotel room balcony. Don’t feel sorry for us: