It’s a big change, moving from part-time to full-time.
We get to bed pretty late (too late, unfortunately), and are up just after 6 AM. I’m in the office in Burnaby by 9 and home around 6 or 6:30. That leaves evenings (a bit) and weekends free. Last weekend (a three day weekend, thanks to the BC Day holiday) we visited my brother in Seattle (which was a lot of fun, and we got to take the new car on its first long trip — no problems, and we even got to use cruise-control for a while as well!). This weekend we’re celebrating our anniversary and seeing some friends, although not as many as we’d like. Next weekend is BarCamp Vancouver, which looks like it will be 200 people trying to jam into the space for 100 at Workspace. After that… well, it would be nice to get away for a weekend before winter hits.
Aside from needing some sleep and not being used to having less time for things like…blogging, for one thing, life is good. But to some of my friends, family and fellow bloggers, it’s not that I don’t care, it’s that I can’t find the time to check in. At least not do that and sleep.
I’m going to go ahead an post this short entry because (surprise!) I don’t have time to write a longer one.