Feeling Frosty in Cancun

It’s a bit chilly in Cancun and here I sit in a house with no heater. I’ve been wearing jeans and long sleeves and have been thanking myself for dragging all those sweaters to Mexico because I’m using them.

I took a run today in the Parque Kabah and it was just like a nice crisp September day in Colorado. A hint of winter in the air, a gorgeous blue sky above with the sun out. It was perfect workout weather and I celebrated by doing extra stretches and extra sit-ups (I just wrote that to make you groan, I’m weird because I actually like sit-ups).

The other day I signed up for a Flash development class. I have skill with Flash now but have been feeling for a while that I need to deepen my knowledge. So today I did a dumb thing, today I logged in to the online classroom and got the reading assignment for the first week of class.

I think the teacher assigned almost 200 pages just for the FIRST WEEK, 200 technical pages, 200 pages full of programming examples and tech talk. I think I’m going to just roll over and die now. I’ve studied with this teacher before, and I know I have an aptitude for Flash, but 200 pages is going to KILL ME!

I suppose that if I get really frustrated with the Flash class I can just burn the book. It’s a big book, it might keep me warm for a whole hour!

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3 Responses to “Feeling Frosty in Cancun”

  1. Laur en Mexico
    January 20th, 2009 22:43

    Can you believe it?? I think it was what?? 12 degrees the other night???? It’s still better than snow, but yes, sweaters are a MUST!!!!!

    Maybe we could become millionaires by selling heating sysytems for housing in Cancun!!! LOL

  2. RiverGirl
    January 20th, 2009 22:56

    I know it! Or maybe just electric socks!!

  3. Laur en Mexico
    January 20th, 2009 23:10

    Hahahaha – yes, electric socks, and blankets!!!

    You should see the “croc slippers” i sport. They are only worn as I am a Patriots fan, but they have nice warm lining on the inside!!! Gold mine I tell ya!! (they are still not “lookers” I admit that) LOL

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