| 2002 Wouldn't End Too Soon|
This has been a lousy year for me and I am ready to start my next year.
In fact, this week, I started living my life like it is 2003. Starting
everything I wanted to do next year right now, and stopping everything I wanted
to stop at the end of this year.
First I took a lesson at Home
Depot on how to install wooden flooring. Although I am an engineer by
education, the lesson was intimidating because I didn't even know the basic
terminologies (what is plug flooring?). But I am going to give it a shot,
remembering Gandhi's famous quote "Work with the hands is the
apprenticeship of honesty and a recognition of fellow humans' toiling."
I think work with my hands (rather than my mind) will do me a lot of good.
Then, I decided to take my tennis to the next level and have been learning
the kick-serve (1-
2). It will be a
while before I get good at it, but I am determined. Mastering kick-serve is a
goal for 2003.
Later this week, I will hit the road for long drive, a long weekend, and find
I am going to try to talk Hiryoung into building a publicly releasable
versions of Remokon software and Blogging
Upon my return, I'm going to review, renegotiate or cancel our content
agreements with Times of India
and Zee Education. It is not working
See, the next year has begun for me!
|(Comments Disabled for Now. Sorry!)||First Written: Wednesday, November 27, 2002|
Last Modified: 3/5/2003