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    Howdy. This is Bob. The Bob of Bob Blog. This blog contains about five minutes of my thoughts each day. A record. A history. And occasionally worth reading.

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    Saturday, March 29, 2003  

    After reading the war reports this afternoon my most overwhelming desire is to know the truth. To know the risk is acceptable for the result. If life was like that, it would be much easier.

    Sophia is off to Monterey today. She returns Tuesday evening. And her friends Amy and Todd arrive on Wednesday. My main task between now and then is getting the wedding web page framework done. That and playing lots of video games. But the reality is that we are about a month away from the Gold Master (GM) and need to start cranking out bug fixes.

    I envy PopCap games and other places that can make little puzzle games. I don't envy the construction guy who is sawing tiles in two outside to replace the frontwalkway at work.

    I had fun pulling weeds in the garden today. We still have another couple of hours to get the bulk done. And probably an hour every weekend for the rest of the summer to get it right. But there is a sunflower almost ready to bloom.

    Back to work.

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