Leapdragon 2016 - Aron Hsiao Was Here

you’re never quite on your game  §

I’m getting a new phone, this not being able to make calls is ridiculous. The best phone I ever had signal-wise was a TDMA Nokia 6360, so I’m gonna try and grab a GSM version (i.e. 6340i) and hopefully that will do me just as well. It’s a brick compared to the little-ass LG I have right now, but if little-ass LG isn’t actually good for making any phone calls, then what good is it?

Waiting game today. Waiting for a job phone call from a job I think I’ve got a chance of landing. Waiting for the check that I’m going to get tomorrow from the temp people. Waiting for the middle of the day so that I have an excuse to go to Taco Bell. Waiting for the evening so that I have an excuse to have a beer.

Maybe I’ll have a beer now and forget about all the rest. 🙂

In ten years I’m going to be Dr. Hsiao, Professor. My Grandfather did pretty well by his kids and grandkids. Once I get mine, there will be six Doctors and three Masters among his children and grandchildren (and there aren’t all that many) and nobody over twenty-five without a college education.

Ah-gong, your unfailing belief in and drive for education and enlightenment — the thing that you most ardently desired for your children and grandchildren — has done us well. Someday, I hope to know some fraction of what you knew; I hope to be able to give to others some fraction of what you gave (and gave without ever really even needing to say a word).

True strength is silent. Invisible until long after it has triumphed, it stands the test of time. When all the lights begin to dim, it’s the only thing that remains.

Post a Comment

Your email is kept private. Required fields are marked *

11 + thirteen =