Wednesday, August 27, 2003

Nothing Gold

getting up for work this morning was so hard. taking long weekends just randomly is such a bad idea, compounded by how work miraculously gets acquired and assigned to you while you are away, to land with a solid thump on desk when you return. not that i'm complaining, mind you -- it gives me some reason to come to work in the morning now that i have DSL at home and no longer require the internet connection in the office to stay in touch with world events. -grins-

i have forgotten to email the sorted list to my office email address. so much for telecommuting. -amused- i shall endeavour to remember when i get home this evening. and it's the last lindy lesson for the summer tonight at Ida Noyes...and this friday is the last Java Jive. how quickly summer is coming to a close -- this weekend is labour day weekend. [another long weekend, but at least this time even the bosses have the long weekend off]

Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.

-- Robert Frost

now it's back to work, while daydreaming about (a) what to cook for dinner tonight and (b) when my cookbook will get here and (c) when my Logitech speakers, which i have just ordered from, will get here. i want those speakers. -whine-

to make my first day at work in four days complete, it is now raining, and i have forgotten to bring my umbrella. clever girl, jeanette. -wry-


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