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Friday at the Festival

Quick Friday entry. (I'm writing this on Saturday and backdating, because I fell asleep last night and didn't get the chance to blog.)

We had another busy day at the office. Surprise! Hahaha!!!

My main claim to fame was figuring out the issue with PDFs being created that had strange characters showing up. It was a printer setting for Adobe. And, frankly, it should be the default setting! I don't get why it wouldn't be. The setting allows Adobe to use non-system fonts...

Our Creative Team meeting was great fun. We had an adult beverage, and did a lot of laughting -- but it was also a very productive meeting! Some great ideas!

I had an amazing blood count of 89! Wow.

We walked out at lunch so Marilyn could have a tuna salad. I brought leftover fish from home. (As it was Friday, we needed to have fish for lunch.)

I can't remember what else happened. Just a ton of work... We were both really tired when we got home.

Fitbit Update: Marilyn did 6,528 steps today. I did 6,386.

(The Fitbit Update is one of the reasons I decided to do this short entry...)

Tags: adobe, busy, creative-team, exercise, festival, fitbit, food, it-related, lent, marilyn, meeting, sleep, steps, tired, walking, work
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