What I'm Doing

Tuesday, November 22, 2005


What I've been doing at work today: Writing a routine to build a report to validate the results of another routine I wrote to convert data from an old file to a new file. This has turned out to be a little more complicated than I expected, but at least I got the hardest part out of the way yesterday (figuring out how the heck this is going to work). In other words, I've been having fun and getting paid for it.

Currently, my code has finally been written. Now, I have to do testing, to make sure it works (correctly).

This part is not very much fun. It's more tedious than fun.

I wish we got snow that's drivable in, so I could go into the office if it ever snows. That way, I could wish it were snowing right now, because it would look really nice outside my office window.

Today just seems like a great day to go sit at a coffeehouse, drink coffee, and read. Unfortunately, I didn't bring any books with me to work, and once I go home, I'm not going to want to come back to this area. I wonder if the apple cider I bought last month is still good.

A word of advice: don't go shopping for food before going out of town for two weeks.

1 comment:

Gayler said...

I agree. If/when you go out of town, don't buy food before hand unless it's like pizza, chips, . . . the good stuff. Hope everything is going well. Peace.