I worked from home this morning and went into the office at lunch time.
Not long after I was there, I was informed by the building admin person that I'd be moving—from my current office on the second floor to a new one on the fourth floor, where I'll also be getting an officemate. Fortunately, he's someone in my department whom I really like, and who is personable and easy to work with.
In an instant message exchange we had today, when I said to him, "Lucky for you, I only come up into this hole about twice a month," he replied, "Well, me too. So, we may never see each other."
"Off and running..."
|A reporter in an NPR news story I heard in the car said, "And here in Thailand, every single person can hum the words to that song." |
Okay, here's the deal. You hum tunes, and you sing words. You can't hum the words.
I met Robert for dinner, and gave him my 21" monitor that's been duly replaced with my new 24" flat-screen.
We ate at C&H in Durham, which overall, I would say was disappointing. I had Veal Parmesan, which tasted fine, but would never be my first choice for a meal. Robert had trout, which didn't taste fresh to him.
I returned to my IBM office after dinner, where I worked on homework up until class.
I attended our optional ["Only come if you need some help or feedback on your progress."] Verbal Data Analysis class tonight, and I had a pageful of things to ask Jason about. It was a good conversation, and it helped me to be able to move forward with my final paper.
I had a hysterical multiple e-mail conversation with my sister today about graduation, in which she perseverated about my graduation. I went from being totally lackadaisical about graduation to being a total wreck about it!