Alea Jacta Est

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 18 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

When Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon, leaving his homeland and
invading Italy, he declared: alea jacta est: The die is cast.

Caesar used the phrase as a metaphor to express the fact that he had
crossed the river, and there was no going back.

All times MDT:
1800 hrs – Dinner at Tony Rigatoni’s (italian)
1945 hrs – Syriana (movie)
2200 hrs – Starbucks at Barnes and Noble
~2330hrs – Ferg breaths again

Prayers and blessing would be appreciated, mostly for peace of mind and
nerves of steel.