I'm reading a play, prepping to teach, occasionally checking through the email.
At a meeting the other day, we sort of postponed an issue so that the full constituency of people who might have an interest in the issue would have a chance to be present and to have input into our decision.
Since then, I've gotten a flurry of emails about potential input, or, more specifically, about the timing of potential input.
And we've moved the meeting from our regular meeting space to something a bit larger. Okay, a metric boatload of people larger.
We're facing a tough decision, and we do, indeed, need to get input from various folks; we've already had a fair bit of input and information. But we'll get more.
And whatever way it goes, this is going to be a wrenching and painful decision. This is one of those big decisions, and I'm a little overwhelmed that I play a role in making it.