Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Eyes that turned my very core to dust

It's been a long while since I posted, a long time to get out of the habit of blogging and writing reviews.

I hadn't realised, not having moved house in nearly ten years, just how time-consuming it would all become, with a solid week of packing before informing the various services and institutions, and then the age-old tradition of negotiating the archetypal hands-off landlord when trying to address a dozen and one domestic complaints.
Suffice to say, I do not take hot water for granted, the easy transportation and convection of this most necessary of liquids is a daily wonder, a luxury to be cherished.

But this a mere blip, a hiatus if you will, for I am back in the game and may yet write something almost witty.

Having said that, Halo 3 finally comes out tomorrow...


  1. I'm not sure about your curtains, but you're red chairs are called Stefan. I have the same one in black.

    The floors don't look all that uneven either. It looks quite nice.

  2. Wheres your computer? I can't see it in those pics.

    Moving house is reckoned to be one of the most traumatic things that can happen in a life, isn't it? I've done it 4 times in 6 years, each time lugging more crap with me. It only gets worse.

  3. I now have a solid virtual map, from which to plan my door-breach and absail assault on your home, should you ever be taken hostage, or indeed pose a serious threat to my civil liberties.

    I will note in schematics that you might own a chainsaw, or maybe just the box for one.

  4. It pays to be prepared for home invasion.

    The computer is a laptop so it stays tucked away when it's not in use. I haven't srt up the Wii, Xbox or PS2 yet, and now I have my shiny new copy of Halo 3 I doubt I will for quite a while. I also haven't unpacked my stereo. Non sequiter.