Looking ahead

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Do I apologize for not blogging as much as I used to do? Not really. I know people read this blog, but I don't have as much need to describe my life and what happens in it as I used to have. One would almost say I now have a life, though that would sound as if bloggers by default have none. I think it's all a matter of finding a balance between being online and living your life. Lately the balance for me has shifted from being online 24/7 to being online (and blogging) every now and then.

Since last entry - what was it, August 22nd or so? - we've accomplished quite some things. We had a very nice house warming party, celebrated the birthdays of the kids, went to see a couple of movies, visited the Zoo, relaxed in the sauna, enjoyed a musical, worked hard (both at home as in the office) and generally kept pretty busy.

As I write this I'm waiting for the sun to break up the fog so the temperature goes up and I can finish off the garden shed - I was putting on the last roofing yesterday and need to get some details sorted - and put down some more tiles on the terrace. I'd do it all at once, but unfortunately my wallet says otherwise.

Then again, we've done a great deal of work here in the past months, but there remains a lot to do. If I'm not mistaken, a path has to be dug and laid in the back yard, the terrace needs to get finished, the front yard needs an overhaul as well (though that looks better already, just not "good" yet) and next year we plan on getting the lawn leveled and resown.

If it seems as if we only work, you're wrong. We've got two "cultural events" planned before the year ends, and I'm convinced the few spare weekends will soon fill up as well :)

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This page contains a single entry by ServMe published on October 12, 2010 9:07 AM.

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