Quick, slow

I seem to have fallen into a stupor. The weekends are spent avidly doing nothing, whilst making sure the house doesn’t get into too much of a mess. Week days are all about Work during the day, and work in the evening.

But don’t worry, dearest reader, balance is being maintained and once we get the house sold and things start to move then I’ll be looking for a new gym, discovering the most delicious Tablet at Aldi (may only be available in Scotland) hasn’t really helped me and a certain pair of trousers has had to be returned to the drawer until I shift a few pounds (few stone.. whatever).

I’m also considering taking an evening class to keep me busy. Probably a starter course in photography, or maybe I’d be better doing something focussed on writing…

Other than that all I’m really focussed on is when I can get my hands on the new iPhone 4. I’m still using the 3G model (two years old now) and it’s noticeably slower and the battery life is dropping almost daily, or at least that’s what it feels like. Roll on the end of June!

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Long time blogger, Father of Jack, geek of many things, random photographer and writer of nonsense.

Doing my best to find a balance.

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mum says:

Doesn’t have to be an either/or you could do both.Then you could illustrate your writing with photographs. (Some people never give up eh?)

Yeah I’m still on the 3G myself (despite many of my less tech-savvy friends having the more advanced 3GS), and cannot describe how much I’m looking forward to the end of June.

By which, of course, I mean the middle of July, Ireland being one of those “second tier” (according to Apple) countries. Ironically, every iPhone 4 in Europe will almost definitely pass through Ireland, as this is where their distribution centre is.

I have been looking for any excuse to upgrade from “boring cell” to iPhone. It’s hard to justify given all my other “fiscal” responsibilities. Still, it’s only a few lattes less a week…

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