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Monday, January 21, 2013

Trying to look back on stuff I used to do 5, 7, 9 years ago, and dredging up a ton of memories. The details are pretty fuzzy, even if I did take the retrospective peek a couple of times during the last year. All in all, it's been like being back in school, studying for a test covering the entire semester, wondering what the heck the prof/interviewer might throw at you. Come down to it, I'm just going to be winging it anyway, so why the stress? Might as well relax and get some sleep tonight, right? Oh except for that insomnia thing. Well, then.

Full on ramble tonight, no coherent thoughts populating this brain, no sir. From nf-kb to gbr12909 (that's a reference from when I got to play with cocaine) to monkeys flinging poop, it's all flooding back, those ghosts of past jobs. Some on my blc team board mentioned Synvisc, and I figure that'll play a role in tonight's dreams, as I gave a thousand imaginary patients imaginary shots of that stuff when I used to do software QA for a med records company. Irradiation, catheters and brain probes, oh my!

Haven't done a lick of exercise yet today, but today has an hour to go yet. Might have to take a turn on the old exercise bike, try to tire myself out. You know, I think I will, if only to calm the hamster wheel in my brain. It's spinning at a fantastic pace. Spin one to unspin the other, isn't that how it goes? In theory, anyway. Let's see if reality agrees, shall we?
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    Hope you got some exercise in tonight. Sleep is good hope you have a good one. emoticon
    1854 days ago
  • KMM1123
    While I didn't understand anything at all in your second paragraph - hopefully your interviewer will. I'd offer you some tips on landing your dream job but seeing as I'm still hopelessly unemployed, it's probably best you not take any of my advice.

    Good luck tomorrow!
    1855 days ago
    A tired body frees a tired mind! I have been much less insomniac and much more balanced since returning to regular exercise. :)
    1855 days ago
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