Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,

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I spent the evening writing QSL cards, updating my paper log book, and organizing my notes from the contest. I wrote up three QSL cards for PA, two for Tennessee, and one in Braille for Michigan. It was nice to get the slate and stylus out again. It's been a long time.

I'm also doing some work for the part time job this evening. We have a conference call over lunch tomorrow. I have two meetings before that, so it will be a full morning. Once the meetings are done, it will be back to testing the search engine.

I can't wait for the weekend. If all goes well, I might get some time to relax. That would be nice! The Illinois QSO Party is this weekend, so maybe I will take some time to poke at the radio. I heard a fellow in Indiana last night talking about the weather when I set my radio back up, so maybe the propagation will work to get my signal into Illinois. It can't hurt to check it out.

But first, I must check to see if my changes to the taxonomy had any effect and then I need to compare the ranking of the results to the desired ranking scheme. I also need a refill on my water. This warm weather is really something! A few years ago, we had a blizzard at the end of October, but these days I feel like I could melt.

[Edit 11:22 pm - I am now signed up for the basic level SkyWarn class Sunday afternoon. I'll learn how to be a spotter so I can really offer a hand with the SkyWarn nets. I think they'll be teaching us about the different kinds of atmospheric conditions and signs - it should be quite fun! Weather is always interesting.]
Tags: daily, ham radio, work

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