Car serviced on a busy day

by Terry 4/11/2008 8:30:00 AM

My car maintenance finished in the early afternoon. So I walked the two miles from my office to the dealer to retrieve my car, which, happily, purrs nicely again. I then quickly drove home, changed and took my daughter to her Tae Kwon Do class. After her class I had enough time to take her back home; then go back to my classes; one I am a student in, the other I teach; then home by 8:30 PM. An hour after that I noticed my daughter was acting odd and looking miserable. Checking her temperature, I would guess she has the Flu. Putting her to bed was trying, but she fell fast asleep in minutes. It all made for a long day.

This morning is filled with meetings. My team follows the Macroscope methodology. I have the role of Technical Architect in the team. I enjoy this position because I do not have to get directly involved in the company politics, except where I am needed to implement, validate or integrate technical options, and I get to actively write and design software. I never write as much code as I want, but I keep my skills alive.

Karen is looking after our daughter this morning. It sounds like my daughter just woke up and is a bit gravelly and grumpy. I can hear her in the other end of the house, but I won’t be able to see her unless she pokes her head into the office.

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Terry Dee Losansky

I am a software architect, actively practice and teach martial arts and live in Snoqualmie, Washington. I have an amazing daughter who is the jewel of my life.

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