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Never too late to say Happy New Year

January 12, 2016

So 20 minutes, and already Time is Running Out.

That should blow the cobwebs away; and given that I get to see Muse live in a couple of months, it’s just a fantastic way of kicking off the new year.

Well, it’s been so long that I can hardly remember what we were talking about.

Oh yes – we were going to move house. Well, nearly, but not quite yet.

It’s a longish story. Not because it is full of events, and plot-twists designed to keep you on the edge of your seat, or me on the edge of a meltdown, but because it is just, well, dragging a bit. I don’t actually complain about that, because it is the frenzy of such things that I find most stressful, even more then the importance of them. So I’m happy for things to move at a gentler pace.

But we are now actually in the throes of planning a move. Someone wants to buy our house; we have one that we want to buy. Mrs simonsometimessays has a weekly date with a kitchen catalogue; fionasomsetimessays has her eyes on some upgraded bedroom furniture; I look furtively through a different catalogue for my next piano. First things First, I say, supported by another brilliant Australian singer, Matt Corby.

Where we live now is a happy place – it’s just time to move along a bit. Don’t you sometimes get that feeling – that when things look like they are settling in for a long haul, you need new Plans?  (And if you don’t feel like moving house, just follow that link to the fantastic Australian band, Birds of Tokyo.)

Well that’s how it is with us. See you on the other side.

I was wondering if I could finish this in under 20 minutes, and you know what? Like The Rubettes – I can do it.  (That’s another video worth a look. The caps were really something.)

 

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