Saturday, March 10, 2012

Lucas getting a trim

Here's Lucas getting a bit of a trim at Momo's house this afternoon.

A day in the life

Well, I am currently on day two of the viral gastroenteritis that is ravaging the Eugene-Springfield area. I believe our branch on this tree of sickness started on Sunday, where my son was most likely exposed to it at church. He fell ill two days later, then two days later, Danielle succumbed to its unpleasantness. I began to feel nauseated and chilled yesterday, but thankfully my nausea has only been a 2 or 3 on a scale of 1 to 10.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Week One underway

Well, the first week of winter term has started, and has been thankfully uneventful thus far. The only difficulties with my schedule are that I have to hustle from the Longhouse all the way to the top of the Center Building in 10 minutes, and that I only have 10 minute breaks inbetween classes.

Thursday, December 30, 2010

No More Work in West Eugene

Well, last night was my last night of working security in West Eugene. It was a lot of fun, and I am going to miss a lot of the associates on overnights. Even though I wasn't technically an associate, they treated me like one of the team. I liked it so much that I applied to work there...

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Quiet night

Well, nothing greatly profound from tonight. Maybe the high winds blew the thoughts out of my mind...

Monday, December 27, 2010

Questions in my head

With me working nights, a few questions popped into my head:

  • There are santa hats and christmas tree hats, but what about hanukkah hats?
  • Would Christians find a backpack in the shape of a cross offensive?
  • Who determines where fire lanes are placed?
  • Why is there nothing on the vehicle indicating that Corvettes are made by Chevrolet?

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Boredom at work

To give you an idea of how slow it is, I have decided to do some basic statistical analysis of the parking garage I am patrolling. Between 6:15 & 6:30 PM, there were 27 different makes of vehicles in the garage, 9 domestic, or 1/3, and 18 foreign, the remaining 2/3.