February 21st, 2002



I came home for lunch, with the plan of resurrecting my lunchtime exercise habit. But there it sits, beckoning me -- my Macintosh Cocoa programming book.

Exercise? Learn Cocoa? What will win?

Tune in next time for the exciting conclusion!


(or "Temptation, Part 2")

Well, the Cocoa book was enticing, but I stuck to my guns and did my exercise. Glad I did, too -- I ran into one of my friends, a former co-worker of mine and we had a nice chat.

I did the mile loop, methodically this time -- alternating between jogging one segment and walking one segment. So I know for sure that I jogged a half mile and walked a half mile. Plus another maybe half mile (total) walking to the park as warm-up/cool-down. I feel great.
  • Current Mood
    refreshed refreshed


Thanks for the idea, ladyfirebird. Here's today's thankful list.
  1. The butterfly that I thought was two leaves balanced against each other.
  2. Cardiovascular exercise.
  3. "Music that doesn't need a video to tell a story." -- A radio commercial for the newly discovered radio station (WWCC Country 94.5) that isn't afraid to play the good old country songs. You know, the ones that tell a story. The ones that I love.
Today's thankful list is courtesy of the walk/jog I took around the park during lunchtime.
  • Current Music
    George Jones (in my head)

Sorry, wrong number

"Hello, this is Greg."
"Scott Williams?"
"No. Scott doesn't have this cell phone anymore."
"Oh. Do you work with him?"
"No, but you're the third person in a week who has called me asking for him."
"Oh. Um. Oh. Sorry."