Filed under: good eats, grumptacular, Opinions, work
Lunch has come and gone. I applied salt, sugar and fat to the affected situation and while no less grumpy, I am moving more slowly and am less of a threat to myself and others.
I’ve gone from feisty to apathetic. Quite a progression.
Filed under: cursing, drama, grumptacular, irritated, life, media, Opinions, pondering, truth is stranger than..., weirdity, words, work
David Blaine. Why is this guy news?
And yet he is. His front-page feat was to hold his breath for a real long time. On the Oprah show.
Shoot, I could hold my breath ’til I’m blue in the face and ain’t no one paying me a freaking cent.
Oh, but “he’s an entertainer”. Yeah. I can really crack ’em up around the coffee maker at work, but that isn’t bringing me any income.
What do I do all day? I sit in a fish bowl of a veal pen cubicle and type little words on a little machine to appease bitchy clients and suppliers.
I need a change of venue. Or maybe I’m just hungry. It is almost lunchtime afterall.
I’ll check back after sustenance. Perhaps my mood will have improved.
I know that there are *certain people* (ahem…*coff*TheGoodMan*coff*) who predicted this when they signed the deal a year ago, but I have to say, it’s still a total shock to me.
And also…in this “rebuilding” year for the Giants, with a mix of old farts and young pups, they are playing with verve, enthusiasm and winning some close games.
What IS going on? My world is topsy turvy!
I am a Taurus for chrissakes! We don’t *do* change!!!!!
Filed under: cursing, da blues, drama, election, fate, grumptacular, irritated, karma, kerfuffle, life, luck, melancholy, Opinions, pondering, progress, the feline, The Good Man, where I come from, work
2008 is ending up being an oddball year. I mean, we’re a third of the way into it and bizarre sh*t is goin’ on.
In January, The Good Man and I celebrated a year of living together, which is STILL quite a change to me (in the best possible way).
In the first part of February I up and got engaged. Hell, I was never even sure that the whole “marriage” thing was part of the plan for this crazy life of mine, and yet, here it is, all up in my grille.
At work I was up for a promotion but instead in March they hired someone else. My new boss. Who is a VAST change from my last boss, and not in a good way.
On Friday of last week, the entire department I work for up and moved buildings. We’re now in a building at the far reaches of the same town where headquarters is located. You have to drive to get there from here. We’s in the back forty, as they say where I come from.
And in this move, I had to give up my beautiful office (with a window!) and move into an 8×8 cube. As a matter of fact, I think they bought these cubes used off of a veal rancher, because I tell you, wedged in here, my rump steaks are getting mighty marbled.
The fabulous Feline got that weird spot taken off her nose…that had been with her for many years, so even my pet got caught in the winds of change.
It’s an election year = change
I filled up my car this morning and for the first time paid $4.00 for gas. Ouchie change.
And for some reason, I’ve suddenly taken up drinking wine vs the usual mixed drinks I’ve enjoyed for years. What is up with THAT?
That’s it, I’m pulling out my Ziggy Stardust gear, strapping on the platform boots, and singing….
Cha-cha-cha-changes….(Turn and face the strain)
Because you know what?
Time may change me
But I can’t trace time
Filed under: ABQjournal, cell phones, kerfuffle, New Mexico, Opinions, Santa Fe, truth is stranger than..., where I come from, work
Oh Fair New Mexico, how I love, I love you so…
“A crew working on state government’s Rail Runner commuter train cut a fiber-optic cable in Santa Fe Thursday, jamming telephone lines, cutting off Internet and cell phone service and causing other problems over much of northern New Mexico outside the capital city.”
Living in the Silicon Valley, this kind of stuff is a HUGE deal. Not to under evaluate the effect on Santa Fe, just sayin’…if this happened here, lawsuits would begin flying.
Since part of what I do in my job is manage the telco requirements of my company, every time I do a contract, THIS is what I have in mind when we talk network diversity.
If someone (or many someones) isn’t fired over this, they oughta be.