… are, of course, the best kind. But it does mean I have had little time or energy for regular blogging this week.
We are going down to Queenscliff for the weekend, and that means I won't be able to blog very much. I may manage the odd brief email blog post, but being on holiday I won't feel very obligated to do so.
It's school holidays, so... you can imagine what things are like at home. But that doesn't mean I haven't been having fun. Yesterday, I took the boys to ACMI for a free claymation workshop they are holding for kids, and we had a great time. I wanted to blog about it after, but was too exhausted.
Work has been pretty busy as well, so I've had little energy to blog these last few evenings. And I hope to do just that sometime next week. And, things going well, some photos of the holiday.
Along with some observations on the emerging trends in the new Opposition new leader, Malcolm Turnbull, portraying himself as charismatic and all-Australian (despite him being the richest man in parliament) against an 'out-of-touch', boring, technocratic, jet-setting PM, Kevin Rudd. Hmm, we live in interesting times when the richest man in parliament – a conservative – can pose as the hero of pensioners and paint the Labor PM as mean and an elitist intellectual.
Meanwhile, you can keep track of what I've been – and will be – up to via Twitter.