The company announced that the bonus payout in March will be on the 19th instead of the normal 15th payroll payout date.
I’m thinking this may be due to cost of having twice as many checks on the same pay period.
Amaliya Juniper 6lbs 13.6oz 20″ @ 2:45am Feb 1, 2019
[ 4 syll. a-ma-li-ya, am-al-iya ] The baby girl name Amaliya is pronounced aa-Maa-LIY-Yaa- †. Amaliya’s language of origin is Gothic and Latin, and it is predominantly used in English and Russian.
Amaliya is a variant form of Amalia in the English language.
Amaliya is also a variant form of the English, German, Dutch, Italian, Latin, and Spanish Amelia.
Amaliya is also a variant form of the English Amy in the Russian language.
See also the related category russian.
Amaliya is a seldom used baby name for girls. It is not in the top 1000 names. In 2016, out of the group of girl names directly related to Amaliya, Amelia was the most frequently used.
Baby names that sound like Amaliya include Amalia, Amelia, Amiela, Emelia, Imanuele, Ana Lilia, Analilia, Aamaal, Amal, Amala, Amali, Amalie, Amalya, Amálie, Amel, Amélie, Amoli, Anael, Anaël, and Anaëlle.
† Pronunciation for Amaliya: AA as in “odd (AA.D)” ; M as in “me (M.IY)” ; L as in “lay (L.EY)” ; IY as in “eat (IY.T)” ; Y as in “you (Y.UW)”
For the last several years I’ve been slightly plagued by aches and pains, small ones mostly.
The first was fasciitis, a pain in my right foot under the arch. Felt like a nerve pinch or something.
Then my elbows, mainly my left one but sometimes my right and even the shoulder. I seem to be sleeping on my arms under my pillow and sometimes even cutting off the circulation I;ve got them so tightly wrapped under me.
Now my lower back is bothering me again, this happened before and I contributed it to how I was sitting in my chair at work. I tried to change and it seemed to be better, now it just maybe working in the garage and being on my feet more.
Yikes, growing old sucks.
Only good photo I got from the Eclipse.
found out about 1/23 that there was a meteor that hit the moon as the moon was in totality. Not as crazy as you might think, these things happen quite often.
At this point it seems that the sky maybe clear on Sunday.
|Jan 21, 2019 at 12:12 am
Max View in Lawrenceville
|Global Event:Total Lunar Eclipse
Local Type:Total Lunar Eclipse, in Lawrenceville
|Begins:Sun, Jan 20, 2019 at 9:36 pm
Maximum: Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 12:12 am 1.20 Magnitude
Ends: Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 2:48 am
Duration: 5 hours, 12 minutes
|9:36 pmSun, Jan 20||Penumbral Eclipse beginsThe Earth’s penumbra start touching the Moon’s face.||96°||
|10:33 pmSun, Jan 20||Partial Eclipse beginsPartial moon eclipse starts – moon is getting red.||106°||
|11:41 pmSun, Jan 20||Total Eclipse beginsTotal moon eclipse starts – completely red moon.||129°||
|12:12 amMon, Jan 21||Maximum EclipseMoon is closest to the center of the shadow.||148°||
|12:43 amMon, Jan 21||Total Eclipse endsTotal moon eclipse ends.||174°||
|1:50 amMon, Jan 21||Partial Eclipse endsPartial moon eclipse ends.||227°||
|2:48 amMon, Jan 21||Penumbral Eclipse endsThe Earth’s penumbra ends.||248°||
Did some searching on the Internet to get the things I need to help with the Lunar Eclipse Photography I want to do this weekend.
Bought the BackyardNIKON software I looked at about a year ago. Used it once and was sold, it should do the job for the AstroPhotography I want to do.
I’ve also have already got the cable to enable me to control the scope with Starry Night, I’ve got version 7 and will stick with that now, but version 8 just was released and I think I’ll be upgrading soon. Brian is moved down to Lake City now and I expect to have a pier mount that I can use over there this summer and hopefully will be able to get some got photography done soon.
Things to do BEFORE Sunday Evening:
- Charge ALL devices, cameras, GoPros,
- Find Bahtinov Focusing mask
- Install new ASCOM and EQASCOM, or update
- Install Starry Night and License Key, update
- Connect Mount via usb and Connect via EQASCOM
- Use Starry Night to move mount and scope
- Verify that PoleMaster is working, update if necessary
- Verify possible tracking of Moon with mount.
- VNC or RDP with iMac upstairs, or Windows machine in office
Things to do EARLY Sunday Evening:
- Setup GoPro5 for timelapse of Moon during Eclipse (start 10:30pm)
- Setup D700 for taking photos @ specific times during eclipse, merged.
- Setup Telescope with laptop and get RDP connection going.
Things to do DURING Eclipse Sunday Evening:
- end timelapse @ 1:50am
A disgraced lawyer, now an ambulance chaser, gets a case that could bring him redemption or at least revenge on the firm which expelled him.
Creators: David E. Kelley, Jonathan Shapiro
Stars: Billy Bob Thornton, Tania Raymonde, Nina Arianda |
Rainy in the am, overcast all day long.
DevOps am, I figured out that the one bug I have has already been fixed, sometime around September in PL02. Good, one thing down. Now to work on the Win2016 crap with MDM.
The Clemson Tigers beat Alabama last night 44-16, hooRah.
Lunch today was mexican, quite good and very filling.
Left and went straight home today, didn’t get much done on the workbench project since I tried to jury-rig Brian’s dust collector and couldn’t get it attached good since it has a 4″ port and my saw has a 2.5″ one. I did get two of the 4 legs finished as far as the top dado for the long stretchers. I did outline the cuts on the other two, then outlined the second short stretcher on all 4 legs marking the material that needs to be removed. Still need to mark up the dados for the long and short stretchers on the bottom of the leg and do all the nibbling away.
Watched a new Netflix movie called Bird Box (with Sandra Bollock) about some odd beings/creatures/devils that make people crazy and they kill themselves, except if you are a horrible person/murderer.
George Herbert Walker Bush (June 12, 1924 – November 30, 2018)
- On Monday, NASA’s new Mars lander touched down successfully on the Red Planet.
- Flight controllers embraced and shared moments of celebration after the lander touched down.
- The lander will study Mars by burrowing beneath the planet’s surface.
After a six-month, 300-million-mile trip that ended with a six-minute descent through the planet’s atmosphere, the InSight spacecraft landed on Mars successfully Monday.
After receiving confirmation that the landing was a success, flight controllers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, embraced and celebrated for several minutes. High-fives were exchanged and tears were shed after several suspenseful minutes awaiting word that the lander had touched down on the Red Planet.
It first was about me and some folks, who knows who, on top of a building. I was dropping sheets of large paper, I think, down to people.
Then there is a storm and the building and surrounding area is getting pounded. I’m running about the bottom of a building and people I know are up in the higher floors of this building. I’m with a friend, ChrisW and a small girl. We are trying to get up into the building but people are crowded all around, especially in and by the elevators. We watch as one of the elevators fall. Somehow these things are just on the side of the building.
Then we are climbing up the stairs instead, but people are trying to stop us for some reason. Also, the weather has gotten better and then a large animal, a dragon perhaps, is trying to knock us off the building as we climb in and out via the stairs to the top. The building is more like one of the old libraries from UF.
Version 8 of Lightroom, not much but they finally have support for the iPhone’s latest video CodeX and HEIC? file formats.
Installed the latest tonight on both the MacBook and iMac.
It’s been awhile that the construction on the section of road between Jones Bridge and Old Milton on Kimble Bridge has been a mess. I used to only have to worry about it when I went to the Johns Creek TMac from work. Now it is something I deal with every day going to and from the Avalon and home but NOT when I go to TMac.
Hope it gets better soon.