Well, it's been a rainy morning.
My office has been closed so today is a "open-swim" day around the Valca household.
Alvis is with Lavie's parents taking painting lessons. Lavie had to go to work--one of the drawbacks of working just a few miles from the office.
It lightninged and thundered all night long, but getting up to the local news coverage was still a real shocker. They keep comparing this to Allison, but it seems more like Frances to me, with sections of freeways underwater again.
So, what to do? Here's my list for the day:
1) finish the laundry/folding.
2) finally watch "Kamakaze Girls" on the VCR and new tele.
3) maybe start my blog post on data-security.
4) do some house-cleaning on my hard-drive.
Number four is the most pressing to me. I have a 120GB HDD on my main system. I've got it divided into four partitions: c:=system, d:=pictures, e:=music, f:=storage. It's starting to get a little full. I tend to save program installation (setup) files pretty good. I like to keep older versions around for awhile in case the newer one turns out bad, I can roll it back. Problem is I now have tons of these older versions on my HDD and it is time to take out the trash. I've still got a big spindle of cd's so I might just do some organization then burn them to cd before deleting. I've been putting it off for a quite a while, but the house is quiet now so it may be a good time.
See you in the (clearing) skies