Hello and welcome to today’s edition of Lunch Break Blog Post.
I’m a little bit pissed off right now and I don’t know if I should be pissed off at myself or at my iPhone. Today is the 129th day of my current photo-a-day stupidity. I had a meeting in a different building this morning so I had to drive there and back. On the way back I saw something worthy of being today’s entry. I was stopped at a light so I pulled out my trusty (takes a deep breath because this name is really long) iPhone 11 Pro Max (exhales) and snapped a pic…
…and it didn’t save.
But I don’t know, did it not save or did it not take the picture when I pushed the shutter button? I can’t be sure. It’s probably my fault. My fingernails are a tad on the unruly side and I probably tapped the button with more nail than finger and it just didn’t trigger. I don’t want to blame myself though, I want to blame someone else. I want to blame my (deep breath) iPhone 11 Pro Max (exhale).
Last night my wife and I planned to go to the gym. We did not go. I mentioned (very briefly) in a post yesterday that my Sunday night’s sleep was really bad. Jen’s was bad too. We were both dead on our feet by the time we got home from work and were just too tired to walk on a treadmill. We might go tonight. I’ve done quite a bit of extra walking already, what with the morning traveling and all, but if she wants to go then I want to go with her.
At work we had a bit of a win this morning. Yesterday there was a big scary. All sorts of urgent, possible showstopper. One of my staff members kicked ass all day and found the problem. Together we found a fix. He moved it out today. Testing complete, issue resolved. Life is good. Just like Charlie Sheen we’re winning (well… maybe not just like Charlie Sheen, what with all the crazy and all).
I’m a little ashamed of myself. I just had to Google the HTML underline tag. Maybe I’m not winning at all.
It just dawned on me that I didn’t play my guitar once during the entire month of December. Okay, now I’m depressed. I Googled underline and I went a month without playing.