Wednesday, March 27, 2002


Hey, It Could Happen

I did not get the car last night. I've been too busy with other things to find the title for the old klunker. I arranged to pick it up on Friday when I have the day off. I really wanted to get it in the daylight so I could actually look at it. Now I'm really looking forward to Friday. Don't get me wrong, I want the new car. Now I want it badly. But, I also want to be able to sleep more than 10 minutes and get to go to the ladies room at work without having somebody come look for me. Which has been happening lately. Not that I mind the attention. It's good to feel wanted. Even if they just want to kill me becuase my code never works.

In other news, I heard from Kanchan yesterday. She was online (AIM) for a while and I got to talk to her a bit. She's doing ok, still up in Dallas, still looking for work. Everybody keeps telling me the economy is getting better but I don't seem to see it improving. I suppose there are signs, and it's sort of hit a bottom, but I don't see it coming back up anytime soon. But, then again, it could suddenly rebound and everything will be back to normal again, right? Hey, it could happen.

Quest Village, the yuppie subdivision where I live, now has it's own web site. Yes, it's true, click here to read about the great Cedar Park Newpaper caper. What will they put on the web next? Geesh. I wish they would stop putting all this useless crap on the web. Wait, I'm just as guilty as the next guy. I am, afterall, keeper of Carol's Little World. And this could be the most informative spot on the web. Yeah, right. But, it could happen.

Togethersoft has come out with a new version. I'm hoping they have improved certain things, like the editor, that I really hated. Don't get me wrong, it's a great tool for modeling, but it can be a real pain to use as an IDE.

I am supposed to have Friday off, so don't look for a blog that day. Unless I blog about the car from home, which could happen. Then again, it's technically possible that little green men from mars land in my front yard, get out of their space ship, and join me in a rousing game of cannasta. I suppose anything is possible, right? Hey, it could happen.

Until next time, this is Carol, the Carol in "Carol's Little World" signing off.

And, um, happening.


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