So I sent an email to a coworker today, detailing some small problems we have with some of our control software. He forwarded the email to our contact at the vendor, which is understandable, because the vendor has to know the problems in order to fix them. However, because I didn't expect anyone else but said coworker to see the email, I closed it with "Hankerin' for some stroopwafel right about now" instead of the usual, boring "regards."
Did I mention that the contact at the vendor is Dutch? Might be an interesting conversation when he drops by.
They've closed one of my favorite curves/underpasses on the way home. Naturally, it's also the short route I take. If you can imagine a slightly banked tight S Curve two lane under a railroad bridge, you've got the idea. It's a daring shot, even at the speed limit. One time when 25 MPH isn't a suggestion, but a darn good idea.
One of today's classes/labs was a nightmare for my fingers. Had to wire 6 different logic circuits on a printed circuitboard... and to do that from chip to chip with removable wires to be placed on... erm... pretty sharp pins.
:lol: They are always teething, maybe the correct answer would be that they are naturally nocturnal, I tried to 'convert' my hamsters when I had them, I kept the room they were in dark untill I got home from uni and had the light on late, but it didn't really help
So the doctor's visit was the usual, an hour of waiting in an eerily silent lobby. Except this time, it was an eerily silent lobby full of old people all staring at me. There were so many of them, you'd swear the old folk's home had a break-out or something :lol: Then another hour of waiting in solitude in the little room, then for the 5-minute exam that basically is just "Everything's been normal?" "Yup." "You're good to go." And the doctor telling me I don't have to come back a third time.