Or whatever you celebrate this season.
After just shy of 6 years I’m afraid my time here has come to an end.
This has been a dream job for me, in no small part due to the people
I’ve gotten to work with and call my friends.
So thanks to all of you, especially the oft-renamed team that for now is
called system enablement. It has been an absolute pleasure and I hope to
see you again.
I meant every word of it.
As it stands I’m on the lookout for some new challenges, but first I think I’ll take a few days and enjoy the extra time with my family.
As I drag my slowly decaying husk to work every day I’ll have a couple of new reminders of that and how much I have to be thankful for.
In the 1940s, inventor Maiju Gebhard calculated that the average household spent almost 30,000 hours washing and drying dishes over the course of a lifetime. Machines take less time but still require loading and unloading, cost money and occupy quite a bit of kitchen real estate. Sink-side racks add labor and clutter while taking up space
This + a toddler = secure password generator.
I heard it on the latest episode of the fantastic Welcome to Night Vale podcast, which everyone should listen to all the time.
Escaped to see Gaelic Storm
So worth the sore throat
Working hard across the street
Don’t wake the baby
Hit me with a frying pan
I’m “not the mama!”