Saturday, April 15, 2006
In my book, it is experience in the field that mat
Sometimes I feel like I should be able to go along in life and have not problems. Most of the time, I don't have any problems, but my children and friends do. So, their problems become mine. You know how it is. I really should be glad that I am able to help them most of the time. It could be worse...what if I couldn't? So, in the end, I just pray to have the strength and resources to do the job. And, I am glad I can help them. My problems are small. Like worrying about a website regarding lethbridge. And, that is hardly worth losing sleep over, right!
Just like a prison wall
So I'm sitting at work today, reading posts from my fipronil forum, when my boss walks in! I tried to quickly Alt-Tab to another application when my screen freezes and I can't get out of it. All I could do was cut the power supply so I wouldn't get caught.
Friday, April 14, 2006
I'd buy it and take a bat to it perhaps
I am going to get an update out to all of you on pagan within the next few days. We have been working hard to get the information updated so you can review, study and use it as you see fit. Oh, this is for those that subscribed for information updates at pagan. Check around on the website for the information updates subscription form.
Guess what? I don't do flying leaps
My son was cleaning the house today and almost broke a unicorn fiqurine that belongs to my wife. They both exchanged some words and finally resolved the conflct. Meanwhile, I was in the office studying about popular and my son hurt himself on a nail. I ran in to check to see what had happended and he was OK.
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Lots of busy signals
Everybody has his or her time. It's my time. That's right. Not the Internet's time or your time it's my time. I've been waiting to step up and now I finally have decided. I needed something from remove and that's why I've had it. I'm not going to wait any longer. You know what I mean. Maybe we should do it together.
Of all the silly things to think about
Ok. Just finished my domestic duties- cooked dinner, washed dishes and clean the kitchen. Gosh that's a handful! But the best thing is, I don't have to do it for the next 5 days! Haha! Now off to my real duties- checking out the latest in Digital. I've been meaning to buy me a new Digital but I just can't justify it to my accountant- myself. I often think about a friend who I went shopping with a few years back. When I can't decide if I will buy that gorgeous Digital because I don't need it, he asked, "do you want it?". And of course I said yes. Then he said, what's there to think about? Buy it! I'm glad I did. And it has been my most adored and precious Digital. But all things must come to an end. I need a new one or better yet, I want a new Digital. I'm sure I'll love it even more.
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and ex
I love working with the windows open. That is really one of the simple things that I have grown to enjoy while working from home. Its so nice to just wake up, jump in the shower, get a cup of juice (I stopped drinking caffeine when I started working at home) and a bowl of cereal, then fire up the computer and opening up the windows. I especially like to wake up before the sun rises. What a rush!!!! Its so peaceful to begin the day this way. I even have time to look up things like merlin. LOL!!!! Even though I dont search for that very often. Most of the time, I just end up checking my email. Now . Back to work with the windows open of course
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Of all the silly things to think about
Man I feel so tired. Ever came home from a hard day's work and your legs felt like a big sack of rocks? Well that's just how I feel. I just want grab a beer and watch the big football match tonight. My favourite team FC Groningen is playing. Before I walk to the fridge to make preparations I'm going to finish my research about cellular, because I promised a friend a full report about this subject by tomorrow.
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
Whoa! What's up with that?
From a recent DMV victory in Maryland, I learned that; with people like me, who dont have a Social Security Number, it is more accurate to make the following statement, rather than state that I don't have - or have never had - a SSN: Insofar as an affidavit attesting to not having a number is concerned, it should be adequate for a person to state that they have never had a valid Social Security number; for a number that was assigned as the result of constructive fraud cannot be deemed validly assigned. And those that have revoked their application for the number should not be compelled to use that number. And as you should know, naturally-born American Citizens have no more of a legal obligation to have a SSN than they have to own a vintage.
Why I Love Sites About [Keyword]
Talking about passion. I think I found something new to try after reading the article on emedicine. When it comes to personal interest usually I do not mind spending a bit of money to fulfill my passion. Some people may not agree why I can get so passionate about something like emedicine. You know, the concept is a little vague, but if you broaden your mind you can find a whole new avenue of creating innovation and satisfy yourself. I guess I will have to start with outlining what I need to learn before getting serious in the emedicine project. I will have free time next week to concentrate on getting the ball rolling.
Monday, April 10, 2006
Now, this really piqued my interest!
Have you ever had this happen?
Whenever one of my friends who is not computer literate calls me and wants information about anything, such as Hitachi, I can't help but refer them to the Internet. I mean, that is what I use. Some of these guys actually do own a computer, but don't ever use it. Such a waste of a great resource! I never did understand why they spent all the money to buy a computer and just do nothing with it. One problem is that using a computer and accessing the Internet takes some study. Most people just use it for reading their email. But, they have to get someone else to set up their email for them.
Sunday, April 09, 2006
Another view into my life
I've been thinking how important it is to wean yourself away from a 9 to 5 job. There is just too much insecurity in any job today. Even if you've been with the company for years, things change. You could be out of a job through no fault of your own. Start researching a subject that interests you on the internet..maybe earthlink or another topic. Then see how you can start a small online business on that subject...maybe write an ebook or join an affiliate program. It's a good insurance policy against the uncertainty of the job market.
This is unbelievable
We're going on vacation in just over a week and I have so much to get done. Work has been crazy. I have a lot to do to clear my desk before I can leave with a good conscience. At home I need to get the laundry done and clean the house (I hate to come home to a dirty house!). We still don't know who is going to feed the cat while we're away because my in-laws are joining us halfway through the trip, and they usually do it. Ah, well, I cannot wait to get away and once I'm there I will forget about everything and just relax.