Thursday, January 17, 2008


One of the things I decided that I would not do on this Blog is spend any real time talking about work. While it's not the only reason not to, I have read several instances where people have lost their jobs, especially people who are foolish enough to criticize co-workers and stakeholders. It is also pretty boring to talk about what really goes on at work, and one always has to resist the urge to embellish the truth to entertain the reader. The problem then is that I spend about 10 hours or more away from home working. If it's such a big part of my life why not talk about it? Well... 'cause it's a good way to end up spending those 10 hours at home. :) I'll be brief.
It's the beginning of the year and this is a big time for my team. I am transitioning from my current role to a new one, and getting back to the job I was hired to do. That and taking care of things at home has been a real challenge. I also made a promise to myself that I'd do two things for myself every day. One picture with a blog entry and work out. I've been good, but not great at these and I'm doing my best to get this in before I pass out, so I can get back up at 5 and work out. I'm tired, but I am resolved to do this... Even if it kills you to read it. :)
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Anthony and Karen said...

I think it's wise not to talk about work outside of the home...but I also have to say I am very impressed by all you are accomplishing on your daily blog and routines at's great! Love, mom

Andy said...

You better not say anything nasty about your co-workers. Especially the brightest, most productive, and all-around nicest guy, Andy. Just saying...

Mike G (moobier) said...

I think I remember that guy... I heard he's one of those i-phone people now... ooopfh :)