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, How is your Monday going?
Member No.: 12
Joined: 8-August 08
I'm at work this Monday morning trying to get motivated to dive into reading all about satellite telemetry. Telemetry is a fancy word for how to gather, send, and display all the data about the health of a satellite. The health of a satellite is things like are the batteries operating properly, are the solar panels operating properly, is the satellite in the proper location, etc.
I wish it were still the weekend and I were out hiking again! I went on two hikes this past weekend. The weather was awesome: sunny, blue skies, and pleasantly breezy. The wild flowers were out in force. It was beautiful. You can check out my pictures from both hikes athttp://picasaweb.google.com/cathy.roberts/...feat=directlink
After hike number one on Saturday I came out as asexual to the woman I was car pooling with. I go geocaching
quite often with this woman and so I'm curious if she will spread the word about me now to my other lesbian geocaching buddies.
My being asexual came up because we were talking about the San Francisco Gay pride parade and I said I was marching in the parade this year. She asked me which group I was marching with and I said the asexual group. She asked me what asexual meant. I told her it meant that I didn't want to have sex with anyone. I also told her that I now identify as asexual lesbian. She did not say much after that and we moved on to other topics.
I have a feeling that my marching with the asexual group in the parade this year will open up quite a few opportunities to come out as asexual to quite a few gay and lesbian friends of mine.