Change of seasons

Oct 06 2006

And, suddenly, it’s autumn. It’s been in the high 70’s and low 80’s every day through Wednesday of this week, and everyone’s been enjoying the daily blessing with short sleeves and smiles.

Then on Thursday, the average temperature dropped thirty degrees. It’s cold and rainy and a bit windy. But at least the other shoe has dropped. It’s early October, and it finally feels like autumn.

I’ve spent the newly-minted season busier than ever at work. I’ve just had one thing after another piling up, never to the breaking point, but just enough to keep me thoroughly occupied from 9:01 a.m. to 4:56 p.m. every day.

Not that this is a bad thing. It keeps me occupied, and I don’t have to find things to do. Better, I don’t feel that nagging guilt I get when I go home after a quiet day.

Meanwhile, I’m having great fun working on a secret Syllable project. Can’t reveal any details, of course, but it’s programming-related, and boy is it fun to have a real programming project again.

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