30 January 2008


I suppose much like in Dramas, soap operas and TV movies of the week, blogs also suffer from when the main protagonist in this case me, is gently bimbling along in a fairly contented manner. Home life is good, we are getting used to being married, we are going down to London this weekend for a night out or a show depending what we can get and both agree on, but either way it should be fun. I wanna visit a gallery or two and Si will probably want to sigh over the Macs. Speaking of which I think I will need an Ipod touch at some point this year as my nano is getting a touch flaky battery wise, we shall see what happens anyways it's not my birthday til August. But really not that much excitement is happening at the moment, I have work things to sort out and we both have to sell property and buy a house but it's not something that is blog worthy at the moment.

Simon's our laptop is a bit poorly at the moment, the fan runs hot, rough and rowdily if you throw too many apps at it and the M is a bit sticky at the mo which is of a problem so hopefully are going to get the laptop to a fixer upper this weekend before anything else more costly can go wrong, so I will have Si's undivided attention this weekend!


  1. Contentment does seem to equal fewer blog posts, i found the better things i've written seem to stem from angsty times in my life.
    There's an episode of 'Spaced' where Brian ( the artist downstairs ) starts dating Twist ( the kooky friend of Daisy's ) and suddenly finds he can't paint anymore. Over time he realises it's because he's happy and content. It struck a cord with me anyhow :)

  2. True. But be careful what you wish for...

  3. I know Freiya I know.

    Hannah don't worry, I'm not wishing for interesting times just warning people that it might not get too busy round here for a while!

  4. I've just got an iPod touch. it is the most beautiful thing in existance.

  5. You have a whole new life to play with and a new person sharing that life, to also explore.
    We all seem to revert to children about the new things that enter our lives. Keep that feeling between you, and enjoy it for all its worth.
    A blog is only a small part, which at the moment might be the least of your priorities.