I have stuff I want to write about, but I’m currently drowning in work that is tricky and boring and freaking me out. [meta-data, master/slave, debian packages, Boolean, instantiated, Ubuntu, libmemcached, Perl, insert statements, incrementing] Gah! Please wish me luck this week: A huge mountain of editing must be done, and done well, before I can really come up for air.

Thank goodness I got to see some friends last night! My people are beautiful, clever, and indispensable.

Happy spring to everyone. It’s so gorgeous outside—wet and overcast but with blasts of sunshine breaking through. The boys are planning to work on Lucas’s latest brilliant idea: a chess board and pieces made from all recycled materials. Gotta love those Waldorf kids. "I want something. I’ll make it!"

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4 Responses to “Awash”

  • foresto
    March 22, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    Good luck this week! All those terms are so familiar in my line of work that I wonder what company has you buried in its lifeless tech writing project. Let me know if you need a walking, talking glossary. 🙂


  • dakini_grl
    March 22, 2009 at 10:10 pm

    Wow. , I find myself wishing you were a geotechnical engineer; I’d have so many questions for you.


  • dakini_grl
    March 22, 2009 at 10:11 pm

    I have every faith in your careful, patient and very honed skills as an editor. You’re gonna do great, honey. Hang in there.


  • kimkimkaree
    March 23, 2009 at 2:49 pm

    I am wishing you lots of luck.


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