November 15, 2004

Days gone by

It's been pretty darned quiet here, both at work and outside. Work these last two days has been nothing more then us sitting around on the computers, my team mate looking at cars, and me doing some extra curricular course work. (Always helps to study stuff relating to my job) Yesterday we mailed off a few packages for another team, and that was the extent of our excitment ROFL.
I think right now we are just very focused on going home. Now that we are so close we almost have tunnel vision, just looking at that light that is just ahead of us. Don't fret, we aren't losing sight of the fact that we still need to keep our heads down:)
I went to breakfast with a friend this morning, well actually I headed to breakfast alone, and happened on him while he was walking to the chow hall. As he climbed into the truck he remarked that he had always wanted to have breakfast with me, but this just wasn't the way he meant for it to happen. Cuuuuuuuuuuuuuute ROFL:) Of course he was just joking around with me, and not serious in the least.


Garrison Steelle said...

You know, when we get such a narrow view of the situation from the media, it's nice to know that not every place over there is a mass of chaos and confusion. I know quiet is boring, but it beats some of the possible alternatives. :)

I can only imagine how anxious you are to get home. And since you seem to be one of the few people I know who actually eat breakfast on a regular basis, indulge me, please. What do you consider a GOOD breakfast? ;)


Sean from DocintheBox said...

be careful this is when everything goes wrong, pay attention to everything, this is the stage of the deployment were you break bowling balls with feather dusters. If it can go wrong it will. Make it back home safe!