It was supposed to have been a productive week after my vacation. Unfortunately on the last day of that vacation I came down with the worst cold I have had in a long time. I had to take a half-day off Monday; I came in the afternoon, but I was a mere physical presence, although I do remember helping a student get a print job to get past a release station. Tuesday was so back I ended up taking a full day off. The rest of the week was spent recovering from that cold.
During the week I got the call from the vet hospital that Isis’ ashes were ready to be picked up. Her ashes were put in a dark blue can with a card that read ‘Isis, beloved companion’. They also came with a heart-shaped piece of paper impregnated with wild flower seeds. You are supposed to put the heart in soil and water it for the flowers to come up. I have not tried it yet.
Meanwhile I have a new version of the University Libraries toolbar for Firefox ready for release once I have word that everyone is pleased with it. I also have the new Printeron wireless printing lashup to work on this coming week.