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After planning and planning for a year (little over!) the
day has finally come for us to start our travels. Our flight is tonight at 9pm
and we are being picked up shortly. I am very exited and cant wait for the
adventure to start.
I look forward to updating the blog as we travel... first stop THAILAND!
On a side note....
A year ago I made a list of 30 things to do before I am 30. I found the list recently and have decided to try to complete the list. ...
We leave tomorrow. The preparations (which can be broadly categorised as wedding, work, and travel related) have been almost all consuming. As for the wedding, Dorette has been heroic and I'm looking forward to it with excitement and trepidation in equal measure. I'll save the rest of what I have to say for the day itself, as is only right. As for work, I am being retained by my firm as a remote consultant and I'm ...
All that we see or seem, is but a dream within a dream….
-Edgar Allan Poe
13:26. Hitting an afternoon lull so I'm resorting to one of my favorite, most proficient, pastimes: eavesdropping. If you've ever hung out with me in a public environment you've probably watched me get so engrossed in someone else's conversation that I'll start contributing as soon as we hit common ground. It's like a Tourette. "AMERICA?! I LIVE THERE!!!". Moving on. I'm sitting here with ...
... 120 hours for incubation; think of it as shipping & processing time for your mail order 6 pack.
PHASE 3: Embrace your respiratory infection. Be hospitable, it's not going anywhere anytime soon if you have no insurance in your country of inhabitance.
PHASE 4: Cough from the abdominals. Picture Jillian Michaels coaching you through every coughing fit. CONTRACT YOUR ABS. ...
So we're going to talk about my sociology lecture. We live in the contemporary, the "now", so to speak. But what is now? When is now? If now was the point at which I was typing that last sentence then that moment is no longer and that "now" is now deceased. So does now run by the year? The day? The hour? The nano-second?
Now escapes me before I realize it's approaches and that notion in itself gives ...