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Saturday, 15 July 2006

last of the seven plus four...

Cleared patio areaWell, I've really enjoyed the past week - it's zoomed by, but we've managed to keep on top of the housework, school runs and shopping... and even spent a few evenings in the studio making music. I'm in the early stages of making a fairly mellow, ambient tune, and I also made a bit of silly music for one of the podcasts I listen to.

But now it's Sunday night, and the last few days are just a distant memory, since I've been thrown into the usual trials and tribulations of work for a rather terrifying four day weekend!

Cobbles and benches...On the upside, though, we've made some progress on the garden - most of stage two has been completed; the cobblestones and bench at the bottom level (see the left-hand photo - click for bigger) has been joined by a cleared patio, the likes of which I thought I'd never see again. In fact, we did a little more this time, cutting next-door's overgrown shrub right back so we can put a bamboo screen up to avoid the uncomfortable and constant buzzing of dangerous-looking insects around the hedge. I've got one more upright to bolt to the wall, and then, save for sweeping, the patio will be habitable once again!

Not much else to report, save that everyone's doing well, and that, despite being caught up in the whirlwind of life, I'm getting plenty done. Hopefully Trev and I will be back on the trail of the lonesome podcast soon, and I've got another band rehearsal next Saturday (and an informal Britcaster meet-up.. it's going to be a long day!)

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Here's what's been going on my iRiver this week:

Posted by james at July 15, 2006 9:59 PM


 
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