Camped out at Nina’s:Saturday morning

7:44 Saturday morning. Bus rumbles. Espresso machine whirs. I am downloading memos from the Palm Pilot to the laptop. I am way behind on blog entries. (Blogs: how are they to be successful? By being timely, useful, or entertaining, some combination, or all three. Don’t know where this thing hits.)
 
My objective is too study for my project management certification exam. I am not awake yet though, and my mind wanders. I have today’s New York Times; my laptop, the Palm, the cell phone, and my study stuff. So, while my objective is studying, I have brought plenty of distractions, and I am still pretty foggy–haven’t eaten yet or had any coffee.
 
The price of coffee appears to have dropped about 10%, but I have not seen any references to it in the media. I find it baffling. Brazil must have had a great crop or something.
 
So much so that I just went to my Google home page on the way to my blog and saw this “NASA Picture of the Day” and couldn’t resist it. Note the fault lines.
 
Dione, Saturn's icy moon; Cassini, 2005
 
Hey Celiné. How are you doing? I see someone from a wanadoo.fr address has been visiting. I am guess that it is you. We’ve got big news–we’re going to an intern this fall. A twenty-one year-old woman from Brittany named Yuna. She’s coming in two weeks, in time for us to take her to the State Fair!
 
Well there you go–see Dave meander. But now is time to eat my oat meal and look at the paper. I will hopefully put in some back-posts, like what I have just downloaded from by Palm.

3 thoughts on “Camped out at Nina’s:Saturday morning”

  1. Hi David!
    Well, I’m doing pretty good. Thanks.
    Yes, from Wanadoo, I guess it’s me. Anyway, I check your blog very often. Good way to keep in touch.
    I wish I could go to the State Fair as well. That was a great experience. I don’t know if you remember that but when we went there, Keith Urban was singing. At that time I had never heard about him but now… He married Nicole Kidman a few weeks ago and you can see the pictures everywhere.
    Well, David, please keep writing via your blog. It’s very interesting though I must say I wish there were more pictures and information about your family.
    Au revoir

  2. I love the coffeehouse-based updates. They remind me of my old pre-cubicle life in Vienna, where I spent many many contented hours sitting and writing postcards in cafes.
    Sean

  3. I love the coffeehouse-based updates. They remind me of my old pre-cubicle life in Vienna, where I spent many many contented hours sitting and writing postcards in cafes.
    Sean

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