28 Days Later

This blog posting is kind of pointless and you probably don’t even need to read it.

So the last time you saw me here, I was in the midst of the busiest work thing I’ve ever done. It managed to stay that same level of crazy for about a month and settled down just in time for me to hop on a plane and go to Calgary for four days for a conference, which I just returned from yesterday evening, and then I was back at work again today. Thankfully, my team and I are now able work just our regular 8 hour days Monday to Friday again. Don’t get me wrong, there is still a tonne of stuff to be done1, but nothing that is super urgent the way it’s been for the past month – things have stabilized so we don’t have to have to extract, analyze, and report a whole bunch of data by 8 am every morning. Hooray!

But enough about work. While work has been going on, I’ve still being doing the occasional non-work thing and have had no time whatsoever to blog them. Such things (which I may or may not ever actually blog about) include, in no particular order:

  • that time that Dr. Dan and friends went bungee jumping and I bravely cheered them on from a distance while standing on solid ground
  • my mom and my aunt’s trip to Vancouver
  • some books I’ve read
  • some foods I’ve made
  • my trip to Calgary (spoiler alert: I still hate Calgary)
  • this year’s balcony herb garden
  • my lack of vacation planning, despite having vacation time booked
  • finally finishing one category in my attempt to Konmari my condo
  • probably a whole bunch of stuff that I’m forgetting

Anyway, I’m mostly writing this blog posting as a way of reminding me of all the things I’m planning to write blog postings about, now that I have a teensy bit of time again. So if you’ve actually read this, then you are probably feeling rather unsatisfied by the lack of actual content. But don’t say you weren’t warned!

  1. And about half a dozen more of these “go lives” at other sites, but let’s not think about that right now, k? []

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