April has proven to be an interesting month.  With a little help from some friends, I've been hooked up with what looks like a good chance and opportunity.  

In the news, there have been earthquakes, historical remembrances and tragic news stories.

On April 10, 2010, the Polish President, Lech Kacynski, and a delegation of top Polish government and military officials died in a plane crash near Smolensk, Russia.  As an American of Polish descent, I was moved by this story, and as a student and degree holder in history, with a keen interest in geopoltics and Polish history, I commented on the news story on the BBC website's "Have Your Say" section.

Someone was reading, and they asked me for an interview, which I agreed to, as one with a unique "expert perspective" on the subject.

Now, I'm off to work...