First day of spring, eh? I hardly had time to notice. It was run, run, run all day long, and I could have worked until midnight if I'd had any energy left. The only thing I know for sure is that it was cloudy all day, but warmer than it has been. That can only mean that there's a spring rain headed our way.
Believe it or not, the Big Project that I put to bed a month ago is awake and alive again. The Boss found some things he wanted to change in the financial picture. He calls it a better way to present our position, but it's a trade-off. Either we didn't make any money and therefore don't pay taxes, or we made a lot of money and impress the bonding company with our profitability. That allows us to get more work, make more money, on and on, la de da.
So I spent most of the day redoing spreadsheets I thought were finished weeks ago. I try never to think I'm getting near the end of the road, because I know from experience that there's always a surprise around the bend. Sometimes it's a little hill, and sometimes it's a big pit of snarling vipers. The only way to survive is not knowing, because if you know it's the vipers, you don't stay on the road.