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Thursday, 22 November 2007

notes from a small mind...

Well, another week's already coming to a close, and I'm just about conscious enough to write a quick blog entry!

Last weekend was - on the whole - a relaxed affair; I led the morning prayer at church on Sunday morning, which was quite fun - the children both had little parts to play during the talk, and the sparse congregation on this chilly autumnal morning seemed to appreciate it.

During the afternoon, as well as entertaining the children, Beth and I worked on another 'cheeky children' calendar for next year, using the more whimsical of the photos we've taken of Chris and Lenni and adding silly captions.

Speaking of Chris, he's taken up playing The Sims 2, spending much of his time designing families and houses, some of which have some remarkably imaginative designs. It's great fun to watch him create.

It was my birthday yesterday, which was lovely, since Beth had saved up all the card and presents until I arrived home from work; in fact, my boss let me go a little early, so I was able to spend some time with the children at Beth's folks' before we had to get the young'uns home to bed.

All in all, though, it's a busy old life, and there doesn't seem to be an enormous amount of time of an evening to sort things out - I'm looking forward to Monday, when the carpets arrive, since it'll mark the near completion of the work that's needed doing to sort the house out. Then, the various rooms can be repopulated and space can be made to move the contents of the studio out so I can recarpet and reorganise it... as always - lots to do.

Some links to while away the days..


Posted by james at November 22, 2007 9:45 PM


 
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