Clever girl.

 

Cats can be stubborn.

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Mom gets free tech support for life.

Truth.

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The three questions I try to live my life by.

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ferguson3It’s actually surprising how often the answer to all three questions is “Yes! Yes, goddammit, yes!”

 

I can so relate to this.

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Comic by: Depressed Alien

First attempt at penguin flight ends badly.

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This is why most penguins swim. Landings are tricky.

I’ve been in SCCM 2012 training all week and haven’t had a chance to do a more substantial blog post so I give you this. The SCCM training has been in a virtual classroom so I’ve been able to work from home. There’s more material than can be reasonably covered in a week, but I have picked up a better understanding of SCCM. More specifically I’ve learned that SCCM 2012 is much better than the SCCM 2007 we use at work.

Dave and I are still going to do a podcast soon, but he’s been sick so it hasn’t happened yet. That means there still time for you to suggest topics for us to comment on if you’ve thought of one.

 

I present to you: The official SEB otter.

If you’re looking at this on Facebook then you’ll need to click through to see it in motion:

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And now: A cute story about a little girl and her pet fish.

 

I can totally relate to this.

ishouldprobablyexerciseYou may recall that back in October I took on a challenge my employer put out to walk 8,000 steps a day for 20 days in the month in order to get a Fitbit Flex for free (normally $99). My hope was that if I could complete the challenge it would become a habit and I’d be on my way to returning to the slim figure of my youth, or at least not as fat as I was.

So the bad news is that with the arrival of winter my time spent walking has slowly dropped off to the point that I only managed to get out and walk once in January and haven’t done it since (and I didn’t even make it to 8,000 steps that day). We’ve been in the grip of a polar vortex for a few weeks now —┬ánot to mention being sick as a dog with a nasty cold two weeks ago that kept me in bed — and it’s just more than I can muster the motivation to overcome.

The good news is that what little weight loss I have managed, about 10 to 15 pounds, has stuck with me. I was 300 pounds when I started and my weight is currently hovering between 281 and 285 (my last weight as of yesterday was 282.2). My fancy wi-fi scale tells me that I’m down 13.9 pounds in 9 months. I expect it has a lot to do with the healthier meals Anne and I have been eating as of late because it’s sure not from exercise.

Once the temps around here start averaging above terrifyingly-ball-shrinking levels I am determined to get back to walking regularly and I hope to see the losses increase. For now, I’m slightly healthier than I was. It’s nothing to celebrate, but it’s better than nothing.

 

Hey, who the fuck keeps messing with my Christmas blocks?

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Whatever. Have a happy one anyway.