Well, today started in a sufficiently lousy mode and has continued along that vein.
I wasn’t able to get much in the way of sleep last night. I had every intention of crashing some time around 10pm, but I discovered that I only had 100 or so pages left in my book… and was tempted. On a good day, I could have finished that in under an hour, but Penny decided that she wanted to pester me a bit, so it wasn’t until about 1am that I actually finished the durned thing.
When I ‘woke up’ this morning, I came very quickly to the realization that I hadn’t really recharged at all. So, I tried to go back to sleep with plans on getting up at 10 or 11, taking Penny out to breakfast, and heading in to work around noon. This didn’t work either, Penny kept coming in and out of the room, turning lights on and off, etc… her office actually called her once and I had to answer that while she was in the shower.
So, at around 10:30 she started trying to actually wake me up, and kept doing so about every 90 minutes. This did not work out too well. I was, erm… cranky and yelled at her.
Thus, having made my wife cry, and having kept her around the house late enough that we weren’t able to go out for breakfast as planned… things were not mentally perfect to begin with. I’ve not yet had my pill, so that is probably not helping much either.
Anyhow, I am finally at work and have completed a survey of the password gathering seive’s progress. We’ve collected 45 of the passwords so far out of 180 users on the system. This wouldn’t be such a bad percentage, except I know how many more of those users are actually active – about 78 total have inbox spools exceeding 10k. So, the capturing process will continue.
I also set up an appointment to meet with the ambassador lady to help her make a final decision on blog software to install for their site. I am going to recommend this package because it is durned cool 😉
Otherwise, I am really and truly without anything to do here at work. My brain is completely drained from lack of sleep – I tried programming on a few different little projects but with no real success.