Saturday June 11, 2005

Weekly Wrap-up 2005_23

It was an interesting week, weather-wise. There were several nice, almost warm days, followed by one full day of unexpected rain, then two days of thick fog.

On Sunday night, we drove into the City and had dinner with Rich's co-author on a Mac OS X book (still in progress). Said co-author was in town for Apple's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC).

After dinner we wandered over to Moscone West and Rich registered for the conference.

Rich spent the week attending WWDC. He got back after 9 each night, so I was on my own for dinner. Then he'd tell me what sessions he attended, what he heard and what was interesting.

I worked. Things were pretty much as usual up until Friday morning when we had a meeting to learn about the new organizational structure in Engineering. So I have a new reporting manager now. I don't expect that to greatly affect anything I do.

This week I read Forgotten Truth, by Dawn Cook (if you enjoy Fantasy and time travel, this one is a delight). I also read Shop Till You Drop, by Elaine Viets. This was an entertaining murder mystery, well written. (I recommend it.)

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. I've had a few chats with my Dad and exchanged email with my Mom.

Onward and Upward.

Weekly Wrap-up 2005_23 ( in category Gemisch/Gallimaufry ) - posted at Sat, 11 Jun, 09:00 Pacific | Comments (0)