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I worked an awful lot 2000

I worked an awful lot of hours this past week. I was super tired last night, though not mentally devastated thanks to a visit to Watercourse Way for some hot tubbing. Went to bed kind of late last night. Got up for a 9am conference call (Silicon Valley Saturday morning fun). After the call I puttered around more vaguely than usual for about half an hour and finally realized I was just fooling myself and went back to bed. I thought I would sleep for a couple hours. I slept for over 4. whoa. Must have needed it. Had some very cool dreams including one in which my boss Clemens and I jumped off a mile high cliff down a waterfall. We came through just fine which I think bodes well for the coming year for SoftDevices.

Posted on January 23, 2000 at 01:09 AM | Permalink



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