I have a backlog of other non-Puppy stuff to do also. A lot of paperwork -- one thing, one of my elderly relatives went into a nursing home a little over a week ago, and I am managing all his finances and personal affairs.
Thought-provoking that, seeing someone leaving behind a house with lifetime collection of possessions, just one suitcase packed for the nursing home. Then of course, the "final journey", nothing is taken. Anyway, this kind of personal reflection is a bit off-track for what I intend this blog to be for -- I was going to start "Barry's Other Blog" for that kind of post!
For Puppy development, I will attempt to read all posts and catch up. I will document on this blog as I do things, and if you see after awhile that I have missed something important, let me know.
The objective will be a Precise Puppy RC1 released soon, maybe in a week, also beta2 of Wary and Racy.
Comments:Posted on 7 Oct 2012, 19:26 by Raffy
Yes, when all is said and done, it's just memories left behind that matters.
Nice to have you back, Barry.
Posted on 7 Oct 2012, 21:46 by Adi
Which one will be main puppy precise or warry? I like and use both.
Posted on 7 Oct 2012, 23:54 by Terryphi
The moral is : clear out the accumulated junk while you are still able to. Do not leave the work to others after you have gone.
Posted on 8 Oct 2012, 4:19 by atv
Everyone is responsible for themselves as regards to their actions... A well respected Book, the Bible gives this sound advice...something to meditate upon.
Eccl 9:5, 10, 11; Eccl 7:1; 2Tim 3:1-5; Pr 3:1-5;
Psalm 9:10; Psalm 65:2; and Eccl 12:13.
Posted on 8 Oct 2012, 9:45 by aarf
i didnt post the above message
Posted on 8 Oct 2012, 24:24 by dionicio
On what make us human
My very personal view
is that possessions
are just tools...
Posted on 9 Oct 2012, 8:49 by Gyle
Splitting the tree
"Anyway, this kind of personal reflection is a bit off-track for what I intend this blog to be for -- I was going to start "Barry's Other Blog" for that kind of post! "
My feeling is that this is a blog, a diary ... a free flow of life ... hopes and disappointments, joy of life, are engraved in this wood, like the old "haikus"... for that moment, no security, no organization, just vulnerability. Do not cut the tree to see the leaves.