Tuesday, August 31, 2004

Adventures In Migration

I'm really going to spare you the ZZZZZ-filled saga of my workday today. I will only briefly mention that it involved a server migration that had me working with 30 adults on their individual computers in 3 sessions that were 2 hours long each. It was SO not fun but at least it's done and over with. Now I only have 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999 more things left to do before the start of classes next Tuesday.

Tomorrow is going to be another mind-numbing experience as the entire faculty must endure day long meetings that are sure to plunge us to the depths of mindless insanity. Woo Hoo, can you tell that I love my job?

Actually, I do love my job, it's just the extraneous influences that go along with my job that I loathe (not to mention certain administrators who make me want to seethe with intense hatred).

I have had such a great summer playing around with my blog. I've been able to generate an audience made up of readers from around the world (which I think is pretty cool). I am going to do my very best to keep the level of content on par with what I've been doing all summer. I may wax ecstatic on the various mundane things that are sure to occur on a day-to-day basis (I'm telling you folks, I bitch about work A LOT) but will try and temper that stuff with more the interesting celeb skewering that I know many of you like to read. I happily accept suggestions and recommendations so please feel free to contact me.

I'm wiped ... I think I'm going to retire for the evening. Tomorrow won't be a busy day, just an early and boring one. Bring it on, I say, tomorrow is another day!*

*Was that believable? Did I sound excited? Eh, I didn't think so.