Merry Christmas 2020!

I want to wish you a Merry Christmas! Frohe Weihnachen and Feliz Navidad!

Chaosbunker Christmas

It has been a tough year and probably as most of you, I am tired and looking for a few days that give me the chance to take my mind off the current situation. I had high hopes for the year, as you could read in January, some plans to use the time before brexit and having a good time. Well, that didn't work out as planned. To put this into perspective, I am a sales guy coming from field service, so I usually get a bit restless when I am not on the road for longer than 3 or 4 weeks. So imagine what home office since march means to me. And beside the fact, that I like (business) travel, going to fairs and conventions, I really like working with my colleagues and clients. I miss the group lunches and workshops. That is just not the same via video call.

In hindsight, when I think about that I had mixed feelings about taking the UK trip in early Januar this year (as well as not taking that extra trip from London to Nottingham, I can go there on April for Salute ... about that...) I am more than glad that we went there, otherwise my wargaming tours would have been zero this year.

But I still can call myself lucky and I am grateful for that I have a good job at a great company (we've received the Great Place to Work award once again), managed to stay healthy so far (with the exception of a minor cold), was able to always provide food on the table and despite all the other circumstances, we have even managed to start building our new home. On top of that, home office has its advantages. I see a lot more of my family, especially my daughter. Having breakfast, lunch and dinner together everyday is interesting and being more included in the development is amazing and I am happy that I can be around to see that.

I hope you can enjoy the next days as much as possible. I'd wish you good holidays among your families, but when simply staying at home is the best you can do, that sounds a bit odd. So do the right thing, take care of yourself and the people that need you. The current situation demands a lot from all of us, especially as the behaviour of one person can affect another persons health. We will get through this and there will be a time, when restaurants, concerts, travel and all that will be back.

With this in mind, have a merry christmas!



Posted by Dennis B.

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  1. Thanks for your articles!
    Great work!
    Merry Christmas!

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