Anne (netmouse) wrote,

Today went well. I had a day-long class at the menlo institute. I woke up early, around 5:30. I think that was half excitement and half wanting to wash my hair so it could dry and I wouldn't be so cold waiting for the bus, but anyway I showered and then went back to bed until the alarm went off at 6:55. Then I ate breakfast, checked the web for interesting new job postings (none), and caught the bus downtown.

The class seemed to go well and on my way out I borrowed The Inmates Are Running The Asylum, by Alan Cooper. Bill has started reading it, I think, which is fine since I am still reading Planning Extreme Programming

I got corned beef and swiss and fresh sourdough bread at the kerrytown market and came home for sandwiches with Bill. While eating we watched the end of a movie Mary had loaned us. I think it's called Strange Lives of Altar Boys (?) anyone who likes comic books would like it for the good story and also the interstitial story animated by the guy who draws Spawn.

We went to juggling and had fun there. Then on the return home, an unexpected yet fun time hanging out with the next door neighbor after we returned their dog to them.

now I'm tired but Bill wants to stay up to see 11:00 Simpsons. Goodnight soon.

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