Once again I’m trying to get back into the writing mood/mode *g* with compiling a Leftovers’ post. It’s a start. Kind of. I don’t know. Every once in a while I think “you have to write a post about *that*” but then I never do, because I’m too tired or too distracted or can’t focus on one thing long enough. But it’s getting better. I hope…
This will be a pretty short post, because I’m incredibly tired and am planning to go to bed soon. Before 10 pm on a Friday night. I feel like a loser, but I can’t help it. I didn’t sleep well last night and I had the next Tysabri IV this morning and those meds always make me groggy, so add the lack of sleep from last night and you get why I have troubles keeping my eyes open.
The thing that’s keeping me most busy at the moment is moving this blog to a self-hosted platform. It shouldn’t have been top priority on my to-do-list, but once I set my mind to it, I couldn’t help it. It’s still a work in progress, and this blog isn’t going to change much, but I will get a few nice things out of it. Decent ways to include photos and videos and all that. Just wait and see :-)
I’ve also been
distracted by busy reading the “Wilderness” novel series, which I managed to read over the last few weeks. [A glowing review of this series was one of the un-written posts of the last few days]. I liked the characters and the writing and the time period in which the story takes place and I really enjoyed to accompany the Bonner family through these 30 years. I already miss them a little bit.
Over the summer I’ve also managed to catch up with “Switched at Birth” and really loved this show and I am so glad there will be more episodes later this year (or early next year). I also started watching “Suits” and have enjoyed it so far, even though I still am not a friend of Gabriel Macht’s slick hair in this role. It fits the character, but still… Ewww!
My friends and I have already managed to book our trip to the 2012 Icehockey Worldchampionship in Stockholm, Sweden. Yay! I’m so excited, because we used to have a great time at every worldchampionship we have been to over the last few years. And it’s in Stockholm, which is one of my favourite European cities, ever since I’ve been there as university exchange student (6 months) in 1997/1998. I’ve been back to Stockholm twice for a few days in 2003 and 2010 and I’m very much looking forward to this next trip in 8 months and 7 days. Yay!
I know there probably were some more things I wanted to write about, but right now my brain is much too tired to remember those things. I guess it will have to wait till the next post, which even might be the first post published on the “new” blog. Stay tuned…