Saturday, November the 4th, 2006

I know I’ve been lax about updating the journal, but I have to let you know that my last week was the worst I’ve had in years. Naïvely, I’d assumed that since I was older (and more responsible?), I wouldn’t ever have to spend a night working in the lab again.

I came home perhaps three nights last week. Perhaps.

As tired and spent as I am, I write this entry with a surprising feeling of accomplishment. During the course of the year, I’ve managed to learn (begin learning) something I’ve always wanted to, and was brave enough to give a talk on it too!

Perhaps normal-sounding entries will resume shortly. Perhaps.

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2 Responses to “Regular programming will resume”

  1. Michelle says:

    Meh. Normal is overrated.

  2. pundit says:

    Some people seemed to enjoy it though.

8,942,247 people conned into wasting their bandwidth.