Home work

Days that I work from home always seem longer than days that I’m in the office. I think it’s the lack of a commute. I get started early, don’t have to commute in, don’t have to commute home, and I usually work later. And to top it off, I had 4 hours of phone meetings that stretched my poor phone battery to it’s limits.

The bathroom fan has been replaced. The electrician came out today. They were scheduled to come out between 8 and 10 AM. At around 9:30, I got a call from the guy telling me he was stuck on a job and would be closer to noon. He was very polite and apologized. And because he had the courtesy to call and explain, I didn’t mind in the least. He ended up getting here around 11 AM, and made quick work, pulling out the old fan, replacing it, and adding a new cover too. Twenty minutes.

I’ve been doing some work on my modeling software–that’s the software that I first developed about 10 or 11 years ago that I use to manage my finances. I’ve been fixing some bugs with it. I’ve been considering doing a new version of it, but I’m trying instead to adapt the current version to my needs. I’d rather spend the time getting back to writing.

Been keeping an eye on the Indiana primary, now that Obama won North Carolina. News is currently saying that Clinton has the lead, but it’s still too early to call it. I’m hoping Obama can pull off a victory there and that Clinton will get out of the race. We’ll see.

Going to pack my lunch for tomorrow and then head off to bed. As busy as I was today, I don’t feel very accomplished, for some reason.