Of course, I have another job lined out and I can start it ASAP, but it was hard leaving a company that I have been with for twelve(!) years now. They did me no wrong whatsoever, but sometimes change is necessary.
I believe it will be a nice change for me. More of the same, but a lot of new…. meaning, a brand new company. A startup company. A company that I will help build, and I can hardly wait to begin.
Whenever I surf the net for any prolonged period of time, my right hand (the one I use the mouse with) gets really cold. I was wondering if this happens to anybody else. This is something that I’ve noticed for a very long time, but didn’t think of asking anyone about this until now.
That being said, I am running out of things to blog about. I might just start posting LOLcats and youtube videos….or investment banker jobs.
Is it odd that I find it ironic that someone took a picture of everyone else taking pictures?
The wife and I have been to several different things over the years (concerts, wrestling events, etc..) and I always find myself behing the camera. What I didn’t realize then, was just how much a person misses while trying to capture just the right moment. The last event that we went to, I left the camera at home, and I had a much more enjoyable experience along with better memories.
There is a downside though. My memory will fade over the years, but the images I could have captured would have continued to captivate me for years to come.
Willis McGahee joined his teammates yesterday at Baltimore’s training complex after doctors told him he would make a full recovery from a fierce helmet-to-helmet hit in the AFC championship game that had him carted off the field.
“I’m all right. Everything is okay,” the running back told reporters as the Ravens, 23-14 losers to Pittsburgh, cleared out their lockers. “The MRI and the CAT scan checked out good. I was scared, but I didn’t know how serious it was. It was pretty intense.”
The play occurred in the fourth quarter of Pittsburgh’s victory. McGahee had just caught a pass and taken two steps before being met by safety Ryan Clark, who drove his helmet into McGahee’s facemask. McGahee’s head snapped back and he lost the ball as he dropped to the ground.
“I didn’t even see him coming,” McGahee said.
I bet that is a hit he will remember for the rest of his life, if his memory sticks.
I was thinking about something today. Sex is great and wonderful, but so is laughter. I’m not talking about little giggles either. I’m talking about deep belly laughter. Laughing uncontrollably. Laughing so hard that tears come out of your eyes. Laughing so hard, that you simply cannot stop.
The feeling after one of those laughs is very similar to the feeling that I have after I orgasm.