Sunday September 24, 2006

Weekly Wrap-up 2006_38

The weather was very nice again. No rain yet this year. Last year at this time we had a thunderstorm!


I adjusted my schedule again. If I get up at 6:30 and keep moving, I can catch the 7:29 train. This gets me in to the Job by 8:15 (so I get in 8 hours, yet I don't feel like I'm staying later than I'd like). Traffic is much less congested. Parking is easier. AND the train is one of the newer ones, which I really like.

I can do this.


No spinach this weekend. This upsets my routine. No spinach in my omelette. No Eggs Florentine. Instead, we had Dim Sum on Sunday. If I can't have spinach, I can have shrimp.


Rich went to a Ruby BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) Hack Session, a newly formed gathering created with the intent of getting programmers together to "hack on your projects in a group environment with other Ruby enthusiasts." He says he enjoyed it and may go down again next month. (I passed and stayed home with the furries, aka "Bring Your Own Lapcat").


This week I read three mysteries: Witness in Bishop Hill, by Sarah Hoskinson Frommer, Killer Insight, by Victoria Laurie, and Mr. Monk Goes to the Firehouse, by Lee Goldberg.


In between and around the rest, I've had almost enough naps and plenty of snuggles with the cats. There have been good meals and interesting conversations with Spouse and friends.


Onward and Upward.

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