Douglas Milewski (dacuteturtle) wrote,
Douglas Milewski

Bring Your Child to Work

Yesterday was Bring Your Child to Work Day. I brought DesignGirl in, and we did our usual level of goofing off. Yeah, it was a vacation day for both of us. This time, I had some work to do, and I did take some time to show her some "how they work" videos for CT and MR. We deployed a computer, played some video games, got cotton candy and ice cream, and visited the server room. For school, DesignGirl needed to write a few paragraphs, which she did quite competently.

When we went home early, it was cat-and-nap time.

Thinking of sleep, my restless sleep over the last few weeks has been settling down. Now that people are out of the house, my sleep is going deeper again. Yay. I've been missing that sleep.

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