January 18, 2002

I have finally reached that point in my life when it is easier to just not bother taking things back that don’t work. I have a video game that I purchased not too long ago that I had sitting around my room so that I could take it back. After it sat for a few weeks, I decided that I might as well just put it on the shelf because I was never really going to return it. So now it sits on my shelf with the rest of my video game collection. I have no idea what I will ever do with it. But at least I have it.

I don’t think that people who work near where they live ever come to appreciate how nice it can be to know that you don’t have to be away from home. It is a cold winter day, today, and I am so glad that I only have to leave the house for one small trip to Syracuse. That seems like it wouldn’t be all that important, but just knowing that I get to sleep in my own bed and site on my own chair and relax in front of my own computer is really important sometimes.

Flag of BelgiumOk, in addition to local news, Anne’s tenth Bio update is now available and her Bio page has been updated so you can connect to her last two bios entries now as well. Also, since Anne has had such a terrible time with her Hotmail account (and just because we hate Hotmail), Sheep Guarding Llama is giving Anne her own email account. You can now reach Anne at (email address removed in 2005).

This evening, Loopy and I are taking Bob and Dominica down to Binghamton to see the Lord of the Rings. This will be my third time seeing it.

I posted today’s update a little early on in the day to be sure that everyone is aware that I am back and actively working on the page. I moved the last of the 2001 material out to the archives page which is now a “complete” record of Sheep Guarding Llama in 2001 minus the month and a half that was accidentally erased at the beginning of the year. Be warned, going to the archive page will take a little time to load. Frontpage estimates a 406 second download time on a 28.8Kps modem. What can I say, it was an eventful year.

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