And time passes …

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Since last post: Lots of coding, nice thing about the way things are set up, a lot of what I’m doing allows for re-using code (with changes as needed for section of the site), and so on. Have learned a few things without resorting to having to ask questions out on some of the “help” websites, which is good (they’re often not that helpful, something I am sure I’ve whinged about before). Anyway, making good time, but siderailed myself on the forward motion I was making, doing some backtracking as I realized I was doing something the “dumb” way. So it means fixing a shitpile of data, but which is where I’m at now. Once I am done with that, I can get back on with where I was going. And moving forward that part of the site will be easier to manipulate … (complex, not worth trying to go into detail here).

Health-wise … well, healing is slow. That’s about all I can say. I still can only spend 5-6 hours in front of the computer then have to stop as my stomach wall complains. A few more months before I can start lifting the vacuum and hauling it upstairs (> 25 pounds). Sigh. But getting there. The biggest frustration is the recovery from the catheter. But, again, progress is being made, albeit slowly. Ah well.

Cats are doing well. CJ is doing well, albeit work and commute wipe her out (the other night, due to a problem on BART, she didn’t get home until after 8 … ugh!). Just felt a need to come out and say something, note I’m still alive … all that good stuff. Finished with some of my current data manipulations (see first paragraph above), time to go downstairs and watch a movie or something …

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About Ken Mayer

Who am I? That is the question, isn't it? Over the years I have been many things. I assume this will continue. At the moment, I am actively seeking work. I am married to my wife of 23 years, am active in the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.) ... and much, much more. The purpose of this WordPress site is to put my "Autobiography" here, allowing for easier commenting and such. We'll see how that goes.

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