If there was ever a time when balloons were needed, today is the day!
Thank you to each and every one of you out there for making all our dreams come true in 2009. I hope you don't mind me gushing a bit, but it was really an amazing year for the Isotope family both personally and professionally. To me '09 has been particularly special as my staff and I met so many really nice people, and became even closer with so many of you who we have known for years. Perhaps I shouldn't speak for the others 'round here but I will anyway... my staff and I are truly blessed to have such great people like you all in our lives.
I hope you all have a happy and joyous New Years and that even the very best parts of 2009 are out-shined in each and every way in 2010. I've got a good feeling about this one, don't you? I made you a little holiday card full of balloons and thought I'd write you fine folks a little thank you. At midnight tonight I will be raising my glass high thinking about how much I love you all.
It's almost "fresh new radioactive flavor" time here at the Isotope, where we once again don our lab coats and mix up all our favorite unstable elements that make up what we do and how we do it... and produce something strangely stronger and amazingly tastier than the sum of it's parts.
Watch this space for the long-awaited re-alignment of atomic nuclei we've had quietly percolating in our laboratory with fellow technicians Dexsy Repuyan, Arik Devens and Dyami Serna while the other scientists were snoozing.