Work has been good, it's been busy, really. Lots of new employees. I've been moved to the freezing half of the office, which is quite literally bone chilling. Luckily, I am with friends and they too are freezing--in the middle of a 110 degree summer. Yup. Winter's early in these parts. But we all enjoy what we do and have fun with each other.
Other than that we're just plugging along with our goals for the rest of the year (you know, those resolutions I was so vehement about).
Oh, and I quit Facebook. Yeah, that's been a big change. It's horrid how much of a vacuum that thing is. I needed to move on and get to know the pre-Facebook me again (turns out, she's not all that and requires a lot less attention about the everyday minutia of her life) and get some serious writing and work done. It's been an interesting couple of days. We'll see how long I can abstain.
Truly, it's just supposed to be a small break from Rosemary's Baby, err, Zuckerberg's Baby, so that I can get a big writing project off my shoulders without the distraction of Zuckerbook.
I'm sure for many people, Facebook might not be a problem. I used to think I was one of those people. Not so. It became a problem, we needed to break up. Let's call it creative differences. Facebook, thou dost intrude.
In other news, we've had a lot of fun going on couples dates lately. It's always so nice to meet so many refreshing, great people and get to 'sup' with them.
Want to see a great shot of Tom and me on a cable car in San Francisco?
Can you believe the detail on that car?
Trolley Car picture fail, fail, fail. I promise we were really on one. But our posterity will never know. There's a reason I'm not a photographer/cinematographer.