October 10th, 2006



Things have been interesting enough at work and at home the past week or so that I started toying with the notion of trying to get into the habit of using LJ as a real journal-type thing. You know, trying to get in the habit of writing at least a little something every day about what's going on, what I'm thinking and doing, that sort of stuff. Then I realized that talking about the thorny and irritating, but also kind of interesting, things that I've been dealing at work would probably involve venturing into proprietary territory, which I don't really want to do in a public forum. And that the stuff that's going on at home involve some interpersonal tensions between Gavi and her parents, and I'm not sure I really want to put her in a position of having that stuff talked about in a public forum.

I've been reading A History of Israel From The Rise of Zionism to Our Time by Howard M. Sachar for, I don't know, a couple of weeks now. It is a very impressive work—both detailed and comprehensive.

Um. I'm not yet sure what I'm going to have for breakfast. I should probably go investigate…