Happy New Year everyone! I feel good.
I just raked up four bags of leaves. The weather is very mild, so I was able to clean up outside enough so that I won’t have to shovel up leaves under snow, which drives me nuts.
December turned out very well. I had a major chunk of coding to do at work, and set myself an unreasonably aggressive milestone for the month as a challenge. I didn’t quite make it, but missing an unrealistic milestone by a little bit amounts to a remarkable achievement, so I’m proud. It was fun coding to do, I learned a lot, and I added good functionality to the product.
We had a good assortment of parties to attend this season, and saw a lot of friends, old and new.
2003 overall was a good year:
- We gave our son a Bar Mitzvah.
- Kubi Software launched at DEMO 2003, and shipped a few products.
- Sue had pieces published in the Boston Globe and the Washington Post.
- Two articles I wrote on this site generated a lot of interest: How to make business card cubes and Exceptions in the rainforest.
- I wrote 441 blog entries.
Here’s looking forward to 2004 and further happy adventures!