Sweet nothing

Just a note to let what few readers remain that I still love you and have not forgotten you. I’m up to my neck cogitating on how to architect enterprise production processes (seriously), which has left little mental bandwidth for anything other than breathing. But I thought it worth mentioning’s Word of the Day today:

roue \roo-AY\, noun:
A man devoted to a life of sensual pleasure; a debauchee; a rake.

I hope to return to my life of sensual pleasure and debuachery soon. Stay tuned.

  • I learned that vocabulary word from “The Sound of Music”!

  • If a ‘roue’ is a man, is a debauched woman a ‘rouette’? 😀
    I hope the architect-ing is at least leaving you time for some offline fun, if not actual blogging about it.

  • Oh, Sean, you are such a roux.

  • I’ll selfishly wait for you to get back to wining and dining and…other possibly unmentionable things. (But please do consider dishing the dirt!) I just discovered your blog and can’t wait to read more.

  • mMMmMm, sweet sweet debuachery.
    Now, back to my issue of Consumer Reports, April 1979. Gotta find out which cars are the ones to get. Ah heck, who am I kidding. It was 1979, that answer is NONE.

  • with the advent of RSS – aint no thing.

  • Spidra: Embarassingly, I am a gay man who did not inherit the showtune gene.
    Anita: Indeed, as you know yesterday we converted 80 lbs of tomatoes into 6 gallons of tomato sauce. I just don’t have time to write about it.
    Cookie: Bhold my amazing thickening power!
    Laurie: Your wish is my command!
    Biggles: Now now — wasn’t 1979 a particularly good year for the Pinto? Oh wait, there was no good year for the Pinto.
    Doug: Cheers from a fellow RSSaholic!

  • Looking forward to reading your blog when you get done with that awfully technical balderdash you speak of! 🙂

  • Looking forward to reading your blog when you get done with that awfully technical balderdash you speak of! 🙂

  • May your work life ease up with mine, brother. I think we need to get sponsors. Or sugar daddies/mommas.

  • it seems to be that time of year–process improvement, planning, forecasting–frankly I’m over it! I look forward to your return so that I can live vicariously–it seems I’ve certainly gone absentee for a while!

  • Joyce

    Never commented here before but love you blg and made may recipies. Miss you and hurry back!

  • Thanks for checking in! We do hope you return soon! 🙂

  • I think Sean is more of a rouille…..

  • no wonder i like playing “roulette”
    har har.