Two items of note:

  1. I slept under a mosquito net for the first time last night. It wasn’t quite as fun/romantic as I expected. But hey, at least the buggers didn’t bite me in my sleep.
  2. We may have found an apartment! While waiting for a late real estate agent at an apartment complex yesterday, another one (from a competing agency) came out. We asked her if she had anything in our range, and she ended up showing us another unit in the building. It was SUPER NICE. Just a one bedroom, but clean and new and with lots of shiny appliances. And it had a big balcony that we can barbecue on. We’re going to apply today, so cross your fingers!

You know, I realized the other day that I have feelings of guilt about the turn web-goddess has taken. It used to be a fairly even mix of journal stuff and random web links (I thought), but the move has really tilted everything in favor of autobiographical content. Does that suck? Because really, if you think about it, it was always about my daily life. It’s just that my daily life was spent surfing the Net. And now I’ve reached a point where a lot of my family and friends use this site to keep tabs on me. So what I’m trying to say is, I’m sorry if you’re a web link fan disappointed in the site recently. The fun stuff will come back, but not until I have the time to spend in front of the computer. For now, daily life is enough of a task.


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  1. don’t sweat the personal content, w-g! i love reading about your transcontinental exploits. 🙂

  2. Errrm, the fun stuff was/is reading about what you’re up to. Suppose it helps that I actually know you. 🙂

  3. I’m as keen on the linky stuff as the next guy, but your autobiographical stuff makes for good reading too. Keep up the good work, I say…

  4. Some people without passports, who shall remain nameless, enjoy reading the personal stuff. Living vicariously through you, and all that rot 😉

  5. That anon one sounded suspiciously like Jann…….

  6. Awww, you guys are great. Whatever I throw out, you just validate right back to me. It’s my own personal affirmation group. 🙂

  7. You say that like it’s a *bad* thing…

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