Um, let’s see, here.
Regina has gone off to get a hot stone massage that I gave her for her birthday last year, and is overdue about as long as that, as far as I am concerned. I hope she enjoys it. The sun is out today, and is much better than last weekend, although we did get some snow again yesterday.
Still no luck finding a new dog, yet.
The new Materials Management consultant/director shows up a week from today. There has still not been any word on when or if my department is definitely moving or not. I continue to hope that having someone watching over my current supervisor will cause him to alter some of his so-called managing habits.
Only six more weeks now until we get to turn the clocks ahead, praise be. That cannot come soon enough.
I watched the movie A Most Wanted Man last night, based on the John Le Carre novel of the same name. It was great, but you need to be in the mood for a very deliberately paced movie that deals with character and plot and a depressing as hell ending.
I am getting a certain amount of reading done almost daily, which is an enjoyable thing, and I still get the Sunday New York Times. I was shocked, SHOCKED, I tell you, to find that there is a schism in the Catholic church on how to deal with divorced Catholics. Heh. As usual, and not to my surprise, a twice-divorced, no less, Catholic woman summed up my take on the subject – If God has a problem with my having been divorced, God can take it up with me. Anyone else can go and pound sand.Right. Off to pay bills. Goody.