Friday evening at last
By csj on márc. 17, 2006
Despite the fact that we only had four workdays it has been quite a busy week. My girlfriend's 5 year old brother was in hospital because of an orthopaedic surgery on his ankle. He almost died after birth due to his blood-sugar level being zero and nobody noticing it until it was almost too late. He survived but due to a minor brain damage he cannot use his left side as efficiently as his right. His leg was operated on Monday to allow him to move more freely but he will remain in bed for a month because his leg is in cast. At least they are at home now - he spent too much of his first two years in hospitals to like them.
StarOffice 8 PP2 Hungarian version master cds have arrived on Tuesday: the retail boxes are in manufacturing. I have high hopes for this project - I was sending out emails requesting this localization for so long and to so many management folks I cannot really count them all.
On Wednesday we had a national holiday. In 1848 Petőfi and his young, enthusiastic fellows decided to rebel against the Habsburgs on this very day (15th of March).
On Thursday I slowly and quietly turned 27. It doesn't feel different. Yet.
Oh, and I'm off to Prague on Sunday. I'm attending a technical course on
SeeBeyond Sun Java System Integration Suite. It will be a 5 hours drive, so I'm preparing a number of CDs to listen to (although the highway between Brno and Prague is not CD player friendly at all...