Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Computers and Cars

Computers and Cars have one very important thing in common; they just need to work. Life's too short to spend time fixing them. I have two co-workers that had cars completely break down in the last two weeks. So not OK.

So the fact that my blog has been giving me grief is so trivial and yet I bitch.

First the navigation bar wasn't working right for weeks and it bugged me so much that I didn't write anything. Thank gawwwd Jess fixed it this week. You'd think I'd have found someone at work to fix it but alas it was a friend I haven't talked to in about 16 years.

Then I tried to upload a picture (3 times) to this blogentry but there is an error. Buggers.

Oh well. My flickr account is updated and re-organized (I upgraded to Pro). Plus I just figured out how to add a hyperlink.

And my car works! Yippeeee.

One of THOSE dreams

Have you ever had one of THOSE dreams about someone you know and when you see him (or her, if that's your preference), you can barely look him in the eye because you KNOW him intimately now but you're not supposed to??!!
It was a great dream. Very hot! Lots of forbidden intimacy. I can't tell you anymore because then I wouldn't be able to look you in the eye either.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005


18 women from my work gathered for a baby shower luncheon last week.

For most of the first two years at my work there was less than 10 women. Now we have 20!!

Other than two other women who has come and gone a few times over the past 5 years, I've been at WA longer than any of us.

And only 5 of us are in Mktg/Actg/HR/Admin jobs. The rest are "billable"!!

I salute the women who came before me at WA!! This is a victory for all of us.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Maybe Tomorrow

I logged into iTunes and choose the soundtrack from the movie Crash. The first song is called Maybe Tomorrow. The chorus says:
Maybe Tomorrow
I'll find my way home

Very appropriate. There are amazingly positive things happening as a result of Katrina but it won't bring back the lives lost; the horrors experienced. Do we ALWAYS have to learn the hardway?!

One of the many scary things I've read lately are the Rants & Raves on SLO's Craigslist. There are actual human beings that say awful , stupid things about the victim's of Katrina. Can people really be that judgmental? I can totally understand why people were looting and shooting and crying and feeling sorry for themselves. But I can't understand why people think they can judge others.

The movie Crash should be required watching for every human being.