Posts Tagged: Family
Time is like an invisible bottle of water, at the very beginning you suck up every drop you need, soon you find that sharing is rewarding and fun, then it become your responsibility to share and you wonder how much is still available for yourself, at this point if you can’t figure a way cut Continue Reading
I was up rather late last night, and thought I’d check Twitter on my iPad one last time before heading to bed. I did so just as the news of Steve Jobs passing away hit Twitter; somehow it felt fitting to be watching people express their sadness and thanks on one of the amazing devices Continue Reading
My son recently celebrated his 6th birthday (six!); amongst his presents were some HexBug Nanos. Not content with the cool spiral track they came with, he decided to add to their world with a colourful maze made from Lego. Love it!
Inspired by my old friend Simon, and my new friend Cole I thought I’d share my musical guilty pleasures with you. Like Simon and Cole I have exquisitely perfect taste in music – I mean truly excellent taste. And like my friends I have those tracks lurking in my iTunes Library that I enjoy, and Continue Reading
Whilst rummaging through my Instapaper queue for some lunchtime reading I found this video. I was struck by this comment: thousands of people… working long hard hours, at jobs they hate, to buy things they don’t need, to impress people they don’t like OK so this is perhaps a little overly dramatic, but it’s not Continue Reading
As I enter week three of working a four day week I thought I should keep my promise and update you on week two: it passed without incident. The end. Sorry, but I’m pleased to say there is little to report. It is working well for both me and my wife who is enjoying the Continue Reading