I am trying to figure out the whole embedding video into wordpress, which is slightly more complex than it really should be, what with all the massive content that is out there. Rather than give a long winded blog post which I don’t have time to write and you might not have time to read, I am going to simply give you a couple of video’s! Hunter Hogg Snow 2012 from Timothy Hogg on Vimeo. Yosemite HD from Project Yosemite on Vimeo.
Well, thus far, 2012 has been chaos– managable chaos, but I am looking forward to next week– the first real work week in 2012 for Lili and I… Nothing makes you miss work like a nice long vacation followed by 3 snow days… but that is how I am feeling. You get things started slowly and then BAM, everything comes to a slow crawl again as people are “working from home”, which means they take a long time to answer email and get focused… which is fine, but I was fresh off of three weeks of vacation, time where I spent thinking of new projects and new ways we can do things– not to mention that a new year always brings a new freshness to everything a person does, from work to home.. and I feel that motivation draining by the day… but I love SNOW.. I really do– and it’s really perfect here in Seattle, where we get it for a couple of days on average and if you want more, well there […]
This trip has been slightly exhausting and slightly over-relaxing. I am looking so forward to our life getting back to normalcy when Lili and the baby are safely back in Seattle on the 13th. I am leaving to head back in just a couple of days and will be spending most of this next weekend trying to sleep away the jetlag and get ready to start the new year off at my job. Don’t get me wrong– I have enjoyed this trip, but it is exhausting to spend several weeks in a country where English is not the first or perhaps even second language — and to have a newborn baby crossing into toddler hood at the same time– it is a taxing experience. Add to that the amount of travelling we have been doing while here — and the wierd weather– it is the warmest they have seen it in the north in years– literally nearly 50 degrees in January near the Danish border… and we brought the type of clothes […]