8/6/17: Daily Post

Yesterday, I started out my morning with a five mile run.  My time was not fantastic, but it did feel good to go running again.  It had been almost a month since my last run, due to my travels and work schedule.

When I returned from running, I weeded the gardens for two hours.  I did so without a shirt, so my back is now nice and red.  I can’t wait to strap on my backpack this morning, as I’m sure that will feel great.  While I was out there, I replaced the batteries in the weather station, as the transmitter was having trouble reaching the receiver inside the house.

In the evening, I did some cooking and cleaning.  I made some delicious tuna steaks, seared and coated with pepper and Old Bay.

I also applied for a handful of jobs on UpWork, so we’ll see how that goes.  Some of them were really neat!  I also updated my amateur radio logbooks and sent a few QSL cards.

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12/2/16: Daily Post

Yesterday was a good day.  I spent the day working with students on various projects all day.  I ran around and got the final approval for the chem-e-car competition location, and assisted three or four groups.  I also worked with the instrumentation class and their group project.  I also met with the metal casting group and checked the casting we had done a few days earlier.

In the evening, I took the train home.  The train was delayed quite a bit, so I missed the connecting bus in Albuquerque.  Then, once the next bus showed up, I missed another connecting bus, as it was late.  Finally, I got to my car, somewhere around 11.  I did get to spend some of that time reading, writing and catching up my amateur radio logs, so it was still a productive time.

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