May 25th, 2000

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Yesterday I kept my promise -- no work and the whole day with my family.
One thing that comes from adapting ourselves to the schedules of events and others is that probabilly we will end up working more than what would be in a 9 to 5 job.
I don't regret it (as I'm doing what I really like more after R&D) and only regret a litlle when some one ends up beeing a lttle unfair saying that because of that this or that couldn't be done.
Not that it happens verry often, but sometimes it does.
Well, I think that's a price to be payied; nevertheless, it still makes my a wee bit (thanks, Bill for the expression, I love it!) whatever (furious, sad, ...)
But it doesn't stay for long that way. Live has to much to be done and I'm trying to make to much in to little time to be like that for long...

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Last Monday I ended up wanting to write something about things that happened but I was SO tiered that I went straight to bed to rest for a while.
Right now with about one day of distance that feeling has smothed and although the issue is still presente and has to be dealt with, I'll reserve the writing for sometime in the future.
Although there are real events and persons involved, names will never be mentioned as what I would like to reffer about is the attitudes and the situations and not any specific application or occurrence of them...
Well, as I always usually say, time will tell!

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I've just came out from the enterprise office and I really think that it is necessary to spend more time with the servers there so that I can antecipate and solve problems before they emerge to the "surface"....
I hope next friday I can definitivelly settle down some details that are yet to be really defined, so that all ends up in the best way for everyone involved.
We'll see....