Where to Find the Time?

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.

4 Replies to “Where to Find the Time?”

  1. David, you are now an offi­cial mem­ber of the ‘club’ and are not allowed to miss any Blog­gers mee­tups just because your time is sparse.

  2. Gene -
    It’s nice to be part of the gang.
    Plan­ning on join­ing many of our num­ber at Bar­Camp, as well as Third Thursday.

    Aah.…Sleep is overrated.

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