Right now I am reading Bram Stoker's classic novel Dracula. Saturday morning I will be indulging in post-dawn cycling loops in Prospect Park ; I will likely go out Saturday night in Manhattan's Westside for beer sampling. Sunday I will be hosting my imaginary friends for lunch; Sunday night I will likely go to see Neighbouring Sounds (O som ao redor), a freaky looking Brazilian movie.
Monday I will be busy photographing my junk for WCO's thread.
My son and I were at a park this weekend with an alpine slide. A little over a month ago, we were at the same park, and he didn't want to go down the slide, not one bit. This time, he says "I'll go, as long as I can do the controls". So we go down the slide, and he's controlling how fast/slow you go, and we go pretty slow the first time. Get to the bottom, and he goes "Let's do it again!". We end up going another 8 times, faster each time. Each time - "What do you want to do now?" (there were other rides to go on) - "Lets do the slide again!" Half way through the runs, he remembers I have a stopwatch on my watch. We kept trying to break our time record each time we went down.
I've been in the office since 6am today, and the only thing I have done all day is sort the columns on Outlook to make it look like Im working.
Can I have a job like that?
Oh wait, it's Fish who's talking. I've seen that cubicle.
I worked all day Labor Day -- left the house at 4 AM to catch a flight to Philly (connecting, of course). Got to the hotel at 3 PM. After that, I worked until 7 PM at a partner company. I have none of my stuff here and I'm stuck in someone's office with no windows and horrible fluorescent lighting.
Will be here all week -- won't get home until 9:30 PM Friday after a 4-hour flight. This job sucks right now.
Oh, and I'm still at work, since the woman here says we're going to work long hours this week. Did I say how much I like my job right now?