Monthly Archives: March 2009

Day 00

So I forgot that yesterday was not the last day of the month and the 30 days of April starts tomorrow… So today is the second day zero.
Today was much better, my tire didn’t go flat. It took me 57 minutes to ride to work, that’s four miles up hill with an elevation gain of 700 feet.
I made it from my house to the mound without stopping, from the mound to the basketball hoop without stopping, from the basketball hoop to road without stopping, from the road to E street without stopping. Then I walked up E street to the top and road down hill to work from there!


Its over

And it’s time to go home.

This weekend was amazing. My project was a success and I am looking forward to going home and starting the second part. I got to sit in a seat quite a lot and learn.

So I have a new project: to find five hundred dollars of excess spending in my budget. Who knows if I have it in there.

Now I am just looking forward to going home and being somewhere quiet. And hopefully warm.

99 South

The last Time I was on this road was when I went to Bora Bora. I was tired then too. It was early and Jordan and I were playing music and taking pictures of the sunrise with our new cameras, bought just for the trip. It was summer then and the valley was not as green and the cool of the morning was a welcomed treat.

The excitement was high.

Now I am on this road for a different reason. The excitments still high, but instead of going on a dream vacation I’m going to work. Three and half years I have been working for the company and in that time I have never been to an LA event. LA events happen twice a year, sometimes three times and I have never been.

One of a kind event. Life-changing. This events going to be one that is remembered.

My roommate for the weekend is snoring next to me in this nondescript suburban named fred. I know that I won’t hear his snoring when I get to bed, I will just be too tired. Too exausted. Too intent on milking every minute of sleep I can, fir the days that are long enough that you eat four meals and amaze yourself at how many times you have used the restroom.

I’m still excited.

I am launching the first part of a system I have worked on for a long time. It was even put on hold for five or six months. I hope to save some people a whole lot of time with replacing an antiquated system with the one that I build. And save a lot of money, too.

So here I sit, writing at 70 mph, thinking about the weekend and wonder what the weekend will bring. If you are the praying type say a prayer for me.

Chipotle or In N Out?

Washer mating season

So it all started when nancy’s washer died. She needed the washer out of our house. So I found a free washer to replace it. And while I don’t make it a habit of looking a gift horse in the mouth, there is just one thing I have to say about it:

It is heavy!

This thing must weigh at least three hundred pounds. My truck buddy and I barely could carry it up the stairs. I’m suprised the stairs could handle almost seven hundred pounds.

Anyway, so after my knee started to hurt, I found out that my arm was bleeding and had been bleeding for a while. I don’t know where I got this scrape, but it didn’t hurt till I saw it.

Edit: I got a haircut! Look!

New Haircut

New Haircut