Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

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I've been frantically working all morning to make sure that my team has an appropriate test run set up for next week while I'm gone. I managed to finish it about three-fourths of the way through the company meeting. [I really love our product. I attended the company meeting remotely via our product and was able to get my major task for the day done. This afternoon is mostly meetings. Multitasking is a good thing.]

I don't really know what I'm doing tonight. I'm supposed to meet up with someone for a talk but she hasn't responded to me. So, I'm not sure if that's going on or not. Maybe I'll just hang out at Dana street café and do some more redlining. I'd like to get the redlining done by the new year.

This weekend will be busy. A movie with britgeekgrrl and maybe dancingshaman on Saturday. Also, a small party on Saturday night to celebrate the Yule. Sunday... I think I have something planned but I don't remember what. I know I need to drop by unkyrich's place for a little bit and I must pack for my trip to DC.

Speaking of that... I don't suppose anyone is willing to give me a ride to San Jose airport at 5am on Monday morning? If you are, please email me. *smile* Thank you. No worries if no one can. I'll call a cab or a shuttle.

Damn. There was something else I wanted to say. Something I specifically started writing this entry for. I cannot remember what it was for the life of me.

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