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...then I have successfully posted today. I know... you're excited. I managed to make enough time to let FABULOUS you know all about my little cummings and goings.

Well... maybe not cummings. At least not without some serious price negotiations. :P

This week was my official first week seeing clients from work. I was paranoid. I'm still scared, but I don't need to be paranoid. I officially realize now that I'm smarter than 80% of them... and for the other 20%, I have an entire company of super smart people to back me up. Bring it, bitch. ;)

I bought planetboy's aformentioned motorcycle... previously Craig's motorcycle. I still need to remove planetboy and Craig's "OMGITSSOFUN" spooge... but eh... hopefully I'll be applying my own soon enough. ;)

I seem to be bouncing back-and-forth between running my ass off all the time and just wanting to sit at home doing nothing. It's like somewhere in the middle I break even.

Thanks to Mikey and Alex for sending me birthday wishes... :) I didn't advertise my birthday at all this year... and happily don't have to thank anyone for any gifts... but thanking for sending happy birthdays? Yeah... that's cool. :)
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Date:April 25th, 2008 08:15 am (UTC)
Bad me for not knowing when your birthday is. Happy belated!

Yay for good times in life!
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Date:April 25th, 2008 06:32 pm (UTC)
you're welcome. :) don't kill yourself on the motorcycle please.
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Date:April 25th, 2008 07:29 pm (UTC)
If you haven't already done so, you should take one of the advanced motorcycle classes. There's usually a second level class where you actually use your own bike (not the wimpy 250s you use when you take the class to first get a license). It's usually only a day long and goes back over doing some of the basic emergency maneuvers, so it's a good chance to refresh your skills and learn a bit about your new bike's handling.

I'm a firm believer in the motorcycle training courses. Their end result statistics are amazing, especially for the piddly amount of money they charge to take them. Aka, the people who have taken the courses are far far far less likely to be injured or killed while riding.
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