Taking stock

I was in Edinburgh on Tuesday for work – a long day that involved leaving at 6.45am and getting home at 11.30pm. I took a few photos along the way.

That, however, is the last work trip I’ll be doing for about a fortnight, which gives me a chance to spend welcome time at home.

The next week or two will see me catching up with myself, wandering around with a camera in the increasingly light and warm evenings, hosting some couchsurfers and doing some writing.

I’ll be away to Deeside this coming weekend, but that will be pleasure rather than work. I seem to be going there quite a lot lately – but more on all that another day.

In other, more geeky, news, my website – and this blog – hits the grand old age of 4 years today. Which reminds me – I still have no solution to the problem I outlined here, and so any thoughts are very welcome.

Finally, if you read the title of this blog and expected an anecdote about the theft of soup ingredients, then I can only apologise for the disappointment you will now be experiencing.

5 thoughts on “Taking stock

  1. No, I was expecting a blog report on the traditional art of sheep rustling.

    Of course, the other poor soup joke is ‘Waiter, what is this fly doing in my soup? Looks like backstroke to me!

  2. I like the joke. I like puns though. And wish I groaned.

    “catching up with myself” is a phrase I really like for explaining something I cannot explain any other way. Thanks I shall use that.

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