The Light At The End Of The Tunnel

May be an oncoming train, but that might not be such a bad thing right now.

The project is coming along, hopefully it will be stable enough for a 1.0 submission tomorrow, though I have my doubts due to the large changes that occurred yesterday. It was way too late in the product lifecycle to have done what we did, but we really had no other choice. I worked until midnight last night, camping at the office again. At least work bought me dinner from Tin Drum.

Anyone have leads for iOS developer openings nearer to East Atlanta. 😉

Hope you are all well my friends. Keep me in the loop for potential bowling tomorrow — the first pitcher of beer is on me (though I might do a down-down with it while no one is looking).

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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10 Responses to The Light At The End Of The Tunnel

  1. Barb says:

    Bowling tomorrow (as in friday) night? that could be a good possibility.
    where & what time?

  2. Steve says:

    I was thinking either Friday evening or Sunday afternoon- but I didn’t want to get in the way of any football viewing.

    An exciting evening at home last night- we watched “Chicken Run” from the producers of Wallace and Grommit. Mindless fun!!

    For a holiday week, Paulie and I sure have been busting our a$$es. What’s up with that?

    Martha, welcome back to what we assume is reality.

    Laura and Bob, what say you about Friday? Someone pick a time- I think the place on Booford is still a go.


  3. Laura says:

    Friday works for us.

  4. Martha says:

    I am back, I wish I could say we had a nice relaxing trip…but, well it was family. Yesterday was all too real, in retrospect we probably shouldn’t have been driving, but I was afraid if we didn’t get out when we did, we would be stuck for another day or two (and I couldn’t take any more). Once we got just north or Louisville, things got better. It was still rainy and windy but the roads were clear and we could see. There were a few moments when it was a complete white out! Jerry was pissed at me…It took us over 11 hours to get home (took us 8:30 to get there on Saturday).

    As for Christmas, Jerry got me a new bike helmet, I know he spent WAY too much on it (more than I would ever spend)…at least he thinks my noggin is worth more than my $30 helmet. Got jackets from both BIL, they always get me winter clothing…do they not realize I live in Atlanta, I have more jackets/vests/fleece than I know what to do with. I’m taking both back. One is too small anyway. Jerry got a new Ipod and parts for his Jeep, so he’s happy.

  5. Barb says:

    I think we can make friday night work for bowling. Just tell us a time – 6:30 or later. Maybe some Mexican food after?

    We watched Allan’s new DVD The Avengers on Christmas Day, I know I saw it before, but I guess my memory is going, I don’t remember some of it.

    Martha – you spent a fortune on the bike (and water bottle holders), you need a good helmet to go with it. Good for Jerry to buy you a good one. I’ve broke a helmet on a road ride fall, I do believe in a good helmet.

  6. Steve says:

    $30 helmet? Your head is worth waaaay more. And we sometime need warm clothes… today would have been more than a sweater!!

    6:30 works for me….

  7. Laura says:

    We will be there at 6:30 tomorrow. Mexican sounds bueno.

  8. I will be there tomorrow night one way or another. 😉

  9. Barb says:

    Where’s Paulie today???

  10. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Working, working, working.

    I’ll be at bowling tonight.

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