Despite being so dependent on them, I don’t take very good care of my eye glasses.
I can’t wear contacts.
When I’m tired one of the muscles in the corner of one eye twitches. I don’t think the twitching is actually noticeable; but still, when it happens, I get a mental image of Herbert Lom as Chief Inspector Dreyfus.
Something that is noticeable and drives my wife crazy is that sometimes when I rub my eye, my eye ball squeaks.
I haven’t blogged for a while. Time and “blogger’s block” have been issues. But someone noticed and that’s encouraging. (Thanks for noticing.)
First my news. I’m back at work. Yay!
I won’t say where. It has been my policy to not identify my current or previous employers on my blog. My blog is a personal interest and the views and opinions expressed here are my own. It’s best not to create even a possibility for confusion about that.
I’ve never intended for this blog to be of the personal journal variety. That’s created a problem. What’s worthy of sharing in a blog post? And even if it’s worthy, is it too risky? I was sorely tempted to post about some of my job hunt experiences. For job seekers the market is improving but it’s still a buyer’s market. Sometimes when a buyer thinks they have all the power they can be — less than considerate. But whining about a bad experience won’t win points with the next prospective employer. And this blog may not be a journal but it is partly about self-marketing.
So what now? It’s time to just write and not worry about being worthy.