Physical results are in, by and large I am “normal”, but apparently have the makings for adult-onset diabetes and am a bit vitamin deficient. Exercise and healthier eating commence tomorrow.
As if I didn’t have enough things tugging at my limited time tonight’s final German class will contain a small celebration, for which I chose to volunteer to buy some meat. Where to buy fully-cooked German meats? Probably a lot of places, but the closest substitute I could find at 7:45am this morning was at Kroger. I failed in the “German” part of the quest, but bought a nice little sausages and cheese tray with Ritz (that sounds German) crackers.
Item two on today’s agenda was laundry because I am flying to Raleigh tomorrow afternoon and currently have very little in the clean clothing category. I pulled up to the laundromat at 8:00am, its designated opening time, and waited ten minutes before leaving due to a lack of an owner’s arrival. Somehow between now and six o’clock I will have to find a two-hour block to wash and dry clothes.
Have I mentioned that I am required to have a demo app ready by tomorrow morning? Have I mentioned that the backend setup is not ready. Have I mentioned that this demo is for the President of the company, and will take place in Denver (not to be shown by yours truly)? No pressure.
I really wish I was able to find the time to get a haircut before flying to North Carolina, but there is no time in the schedule for that this week.
ITP Flickr Pic
“Geometric Bliss” (Atlanta, GA, USA)
Obviously I have been hanging around Colony Square a lot the past two weeks taking this German A1.1 course at the Goethe-Zentrum. While the area is mostly a ghost town at night I am always fascinated at the geometric construction in and around the compound.
Okay, time to start drinking, I mean working.