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Friday, 23 September 2005

...and the weeks whizz by...

I don't know what's happened to the past few days. It's been busy here at home (Chris and Lenni always find plenty for me to do!) not least since Beth's having to take it easy, but that doesn't really excuse my non-blogging. That said - looky! No links, which must mean I've not really done much surfin'.

We've had fun - in an attempt to exercise my back a little, I have taken the children out every day - in fact, the weather's been mostly kind of an afternoon, and kept them occupied with music sessions in the studio (Christopher loves to sing and play songs for his mum!)

Packing for our trip to the middle of nowhere (Herefordshire) was the order of today, though, with the ubiquitous last-minute trip into town to make sure we've got the bits we need.

Tomorrow, then, we're off for a week of no internet, no satellite telly and plenty of countryside. Fortunately, my abdominal pain is much less chronic now - maybe it's the tablets, or perhaps it's the exercise with our little'uns!

More blog from me - hopefully with plenty of tales of our trip - next week!

(Oh, I found out a bit more about those photo printing machines I mentioned a couple of entries ago. They're made by Photo-Me, and there's more information about them here).

Link of the day:

  • www.eyezmaze.com/grow/cube : This cute, addictive mini-game (Shockwave Flash) helped me with the packing in no way at all. It's simple yet ingenious, and I still haven't managed to finish it! More of games like it can be found here (for the RPG'ers among us, this one is wonderful fun!)

Posted by james at September 23, 2005 9:41 PM


 
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