I have weighed myself and my weight is at 360 pounds, I am going to have to start an exercise program in earnest. I am having problems with my classes and continuing in my program.
I was asked to produce a web page for a class at Falls telling about myself, my interests and what I want to get out of this class. That's simple, my grade, a few dates, and anything that isn't nailed down. Seriously I looked at my career and life one day and realized I could be doing better with a certain amount of effort. I was formerly in the Chemical Dependency Studies program, but found it required too much effort to study, understand, and adhire to regulations from too many government agencies, all for a job that can't pay the rent.
Well here we are closing upon May 1st 2000, and I am seriously wondering if college is the answer. I have been in the computer field for close on to twenty-two years, and I have rarely found satisfaction or joy in it. Solutions I arrive at will be obsolete in three years or less. I have my first PC compatable computer I ever owned. Well, if I look around the basement I'm sure I can find it! I also have the hammer, pliers, and a screwdriver that my grandfather gave me at age seven. Guess which item or set of items has seen more use in the last year!
........The last ten years!
Yep the infamous tool kit from Gramps wins hands down.
I think as part of my personal program for a better me, I'll chuck an hour or two of web work and work on building the ideal computer desk in my garage, the current desk I am at is a GSA castoff from Veteran's Affairs, and I found a case file wedged in behind a drawer. The main computer with all the doodads (printer, scanner, jaz drives etc. sits upon an overloaded and much abused Deacon's table that has been with my family forever. A counter top across two drawered cabinets holds my Amigas and video equipment. And a similar arrangement accomodates my electronics workbench. Well I think that I am going to build a lovely desk for the fastest computer and move it upstairs, if the family objects, too damn bad.
I never would have got this far without a certain amount of calculated indifference.
Move all the computers and other items out of the basement area where they are now and finish off the area with tile, paneling and counter space for the computers I have, and the ones I will network in later.
Here it is almost June of 2001, how time flies when you're doin' time. If my meet-an-inmate penpal ever reads that line, I'm cooked.
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