This, like the past several, has been a rather trying week.
Previously, I’ve written copiously about how doing the wrong thing faster doesn’t suddenly make it the right thing.
I’m still seeing a lot of that. But buying additional letters after the doers’ names makes it more better, right?
I really don’t think there’s a way to fix this situation cleanly. I do admire some of the dedication I’ve seen with people I’m working with; others aren’t worth the C-4 it’d take to blow them up. It is what it is.
Speaking of that, in light of this evening’s game, Go Army!
HR Geeks bordered on epic failure with the movement to Norfolk. I did like the food at Belmont, and would have spent more, but they didn’t have any lids for the growler of beer I ordered. *sigh*
My wife is registered for classes during the spring semester at ODU. Was kind of strange being at the transfer orientation in among a bunch of parents, many of whom were worried about their kids gettin’ it on (both voluntarily and involuntarily), snooping on grades, etc. I think I may have been the only spouse in the crowd.
Do I have a point with this entry? Not really, but then my blog sucks. I just need to get back into the swing of writing; it’s always been something cathartic for me.