Saying Something Suitable in September

I almost had a decent alliteration going there.

September has not been that great of a month. I have spent the past two weeks off on medical leave. This hasn't been a vacation of any sort. I've been a science experiment for one of the medical specialists who takes care of me. Unfortunately the experiment failed. The dizziness lately has been unsettling as has the borderline vertigo. Eventually we will get the transition in treatment nailed down.


Local job possibilities remain not so great. Staying in the current one keeps looking like a bad idea. Putting off the just-attempted treatment changes for as many months as I did due to the poor progress of business did me no favors.

So far the folks in the Ubuntu Podcast Chatter group have seen bits and pieces stating that I have been fussing over a Mythbuntu installation. It has been rough. I have two aerials in place connected to HDHomeRun Duo boxes. There is some reception of local stations. The problem with this is that I've had to put the antennae in the garage. When you understand that my part of northeast Ohio is essentially life in the deciduous forest, you'll also understand that the main Directv dish also is mounted on the garage as it had the only vantage point with a clear shot to the satellite(s). Eventually I will make further progress.

This month is one of transitions all around. While a treatment transition did not go well, we at least moved from summer to autumn. Work will hit a transition point as we come up on the end of the fiscal year. Hopefully that goes well too.