I was in bed at 6:45 PM last night. I watched a few episodes of M*A*S*H and then was out cold. I guess I’d been pretty tired. Up at 5:30 this morning so I got a decent night’s sleep.
It’s been a busy day here. But for the 5th day in a row, I did make it to the gym and got in a good arms and shoulders workout. My legs are still pretty sore from Wednesday’s workout, but I expect today to be the last day for that.
We’re trying to get together a small happy hour here after work. Right now, most people are “maybes” but one or two are willing to venture over to Pentagon Row after work is over.
I really did manage to get a fair amount of technical work done this morning. Then there were some meetings that I could have done without, but I got through them.
I realize all of this stuff is mundane (kruppenheimer has made me very sensitive to this), but it is as much for me as it is for anyone else who chooses to read it. I’m trying to think of ways to identify the boring stuff so that people can skip it. I’m thinking about stealing the idea Will Durant used in The Story of Civilization where the more detailed, technical passages were in a smaller font. His contention was the average reader could skips those parts without missing much enjoyment. They were more for scholars. Maybe I’ll do something like that, but you’d still be depending on my judgment.