I am back with apologies for my silence. I went on vacation with the intention of posting every day, but once we arrived I found we were to busy to do any blogging. I will start looking back at all the great book suggestions I missed while away, and hopefully tomorrow I’ll have a new post of my own.
And I will do my best to keep up after tomorrow, but I'm worried about finding the time, because I was offered a job right before we left. I wasn't looking for one; this came out of the blue and was too good to turn down, especially since it is only for 4 months.
I want to keep my side business going, too. Why aren't there more hours in the day?
Anyway, here is a photo from Black Sand Beach, since I know some of you (you know who you are) are big fans of basalt columns.
Yes, basalt! And a great photograph.ReplyDelete
I wasn't a fan before, but am now. And congrats on the job! Please tell me your secret for being offered a job without looking for one. Were you headhunted? That's one of my dreams, just so that I can truthfully tell people that I was approached by a headhunter (of course, I don't want it to be a literal headhunter, although that would be just my luck...).ReplyDelete
Carole has been seconded to another position so I'm backfilling part of her job.Delete
And hey, wasn't this whole 365 thing your idea?ReplyDelete
I'm really good at thinking of things for other people to do.Delete
We're beginning to realize that.Delete
Don't disappear for good, I'm just getting to know you!ReplyDelete
I too am a fan of basalt columns. We have them here in Missouri as well in some unassuming little "mountains" in Arcadia Valley. DevilsD Honeycomb on Hughes Mountain.
I didn't know that! I thought they were only in places like Ireland and Scotland. Now I learn they are in Iceland and Missouri!Delete
I've been thinking of you, and hope you had a great time. I'm quite fond of basalt columns myself - especially the ones in those particular climes.ReplyDelete
Well done on the job. Wish I had something like that.
Love the picture. Love the columns. Glad you're back.ReplyDelete
I quite like basalt columns and didn't realize they were anywhere outside the UK/British Isles (whatever Britain and Ireland are called)ReplyDelete