Not really, but my legs were this morning. I woke in pain this morning as my left calf was cramping severely. This has happened before, but not for some time. Dry scalp and now this? Geez…
(Der RÃ¼cken is what you call your back in Germany)
I returned to German class last night fo the beginning of A1.4, the final course in the “A” series. Unlike the fifteen students in A1.3, there are only six of us signed up for this course in part due to the addition of a Saturday session.
Even with three weeks of self-study I was rusty, especially when I attempted to speak. This should be a turning point in my learning as there seems to be far more German and less English spoken by the teacher. Though reticent I am I’m getting excited.
The M6 is getting its first oil change and tire rotation today. Having learned to have a “If it ain’t broken don’t fix it” (and in some cases don’t fix it even if it is broken) I am somewhat nervous about “fixing” a car that was working well.
I am writing this short post from Hennessy Mazda in Jonesboro, not looking forward to fighting traffic to Perimeter Mall later on this rainy Wednesday. I chose to bring the car back to the dealership becau they offered me a 1Â¢ oil change (with. $25 tire rotation) and the promise of a $50 gift card. I also wanted to inquire about getting some touch-up paint to cover up the small paint chips I have discovered while performing car washes. I doubt that I will return to the dealer once they no longer offer me freebies since the man I spoke with this morning told me that my coupon was saving me $70 today. $70 for an oil change? Yikes!
Late Night Coding
I will be getting into the office “late” today and with another build of software promised tonight it appears that I will be spending some quality time at the office late tonight. It’s my job, it’s what I need to do.