Archive for August, 2006

When it comes to procrastination, I am pro. Years of practice, my friends, years of practice.

To wit, it is 10pm on Sunday night. I was supposed to get a bit of work done this weekend. And what am I doing now? Let’s see:

  • blogging
  • baking cookies
  • making my lunch for tomorrow
  • watching the Emmy’s
  • knitting sporadically on a scarf

Yes, that would be everything except my work. I should take comfort in the fact that I am at least very productive, multitasking so well. I would like to point you in the direction to another favorite way to procrastinate is on the Avocadolite Farm. It’s got cute animals and is highly addictive – I don’t require much more to keep me entertained!

(I keep meaning to purchase this shirt.)


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photo friday

Paris, July 2006

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Since my blog has recently become more, well, public, it seems traffic is picking up. I am starting to feel bad about my pathetic little “I am a bad busy person who must neglect her blog for a brief period” post.

And so, in an effort to keep you entertained while I neglect the blog, here’s a random post of photos. Photos of my full breakfasts, from a two-week cycling trip in Ireland last August. How random!

First, an admission – the set is incomplete. I didn’t decide to take breakfast photos until Day 2 of the trip, and I also decided to forego the photo session when I was having breakfast in a restaurant with people I knew and was camping with. I mean, I clearly don’t mind taking odd photos and announcing my random proclivities in an anonymous-internet kind of way, but it just would have gone to a whole new level with real people sitting at the table, and a waitress bringing tea, and all that.

Second, I have been thinking a bit more about this particular photo set since I am preparing for another bike trip – Portugal, for two weeks in September. Should I continue to take these photos (even though my older sister will also be on this trip, and will likely think I am crazy for doing so)? How far can I take the theme? (It’s like my own version of this book, personalized to account for my love of bicycles and breakfast.) Musings… I’m sure I’ll figure it all out in Lisboa.

And onto breakfast!


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