Reflections

Just scraping by

June 14, 2006

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The work up in NH has me back in the car for 1.5 hours each way each day and this will certainly help me with my goals. You see, a few of the goals – and I can’t remember if I posted them here in all their magnificent glory – […]
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Summer of content

June 12, 2006

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I feel that lately I‚Äôve been shortchanging my BOC readers by giving you my entire inattention. That‚Äôs right‚ĶI‚Äôve been distracted by being poor and the struggle to pile on the work. And since my work is writing, this means the genius gets passed on to the client and not so […]
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Empty Satisfaction

June 8, 2006

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Remember when you beat up the bully for the first time and realized that it was easier than you thought it would be and far less satisfying? That’s how I felt today when I heard about al-Zarqawi’s death from two 500-lb bombs. It wasn’t that I didn’t want this guy […]
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Balance

June 6, 2006

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I’m dragging a bit today, the result of a massive fever and too much last-minute work for a client. This isn’t to say that I don’t like work, I just want to find the holy grail of balance so that all my deadlines don’t occur on the same evening. But […]
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Wasteland of summer fun

June 4, 2006

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That’s pretty much a random title and it’s only written that way for KOKO who actually thinks I’m a proponent of Republican idiocy and has written me off as a dolt. Well, she’s right in some respects, as I’ve been known to have doltish actions and comments. But she’s wrong […]
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Spoilage

June 2, 2006

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I’m spoiled. Some might say that I am a control freak, but I think it’s just a collision of intelligence and experience getting in the way. I’m bringing this up because my latest phone bill from Verizon is going to be (billing cycle ends tomorrow) about $60 OVER my regular […]
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