My better half has flown the coop, as it were, for Tennessee through Friday night, so I am home taking care of the kids. I’ve already familiarized myself with the contents of our knife block and the location of incendiary materials, so I should be able to tell if any suddenly “go missing.” Maybe I should develop that ability to sleep with my eyes open that I’ve always wished I had.
I actually may have time to get some substantial work done for Fedora over the next few days, around making PB&J sandwiches and forestalling violence. If not, at least I can still pad my resume for “UN Peacekeeper.”
If all goes well, upon your wife’s return, you will (hopefully) have ammo to share about all the things that *her* children were up to when she was away. 🙂
Otherwise, enjoy the time.
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hmm. indicating you were once a UN peacekeeper protecting children is probably not something you’d want to list on your resume.
thanks for the helpful comment re: wireless networking in Fedora. i will try that later today. i am also attempting to get my work laptop dual booting with winxp. i know – why not go the virtual route? i have some hardware stuff i don’t think will work.