Un Cachito de la vida

Un Cachito

Un Cachito de la vida - A little piece of Cameron's life

The fact that I have my website as my home page on multiple computers means that I see it a lot. I also see that not much has changed each time I look at it. No mysterious author has created new prose, nor have any breathtaking events been documented. The fact is, I just need to write more. However, things in my life either seem too personal or don't seem substantial enough to write about, so I don't. But I'm thinking I can post more about any number of things. It doesn't need to long and it doesn't need to be deeply profound. So what's on my mind now?Well, I just got back from a 2-week work trip and several people have been welcoming me back and asking me about the trip. My boss told me I need to take more time off. I got excited about a note I recieved from a certain female someone, and I received some stunning and tragic news that a coworker was just killed in Germany. One of the sobering parts of that is that I would have been with him had I not been pulled off the project a little while ago. I can't help but think about what happened and I feel really bad for his relatively young family. Life really is fragile and easy to take for granted. I like to follow the simplistic motto of always being prepared.

Posted by charr at 1:40 PM

Reader Comments

That's scary. Not in a scary movie sense, but in a "what if that happened to me" sense. I'm not sure I could be fully prepared for something like that to happen. Sure, I have things in order financially and with insurance to take care of my family if I were to die prematurely, but it's still hard to be ready to go at any time.

Posted by dan at July 18, 2006 12:26 PM

I agree that you can never be totally prepared, but you can try to be on the more-prepared side of things.

Posted by Cameron at July 18, 2006 1:00 PM

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