Monday, August 07, 2006

We are in!!

Phew … at last ... we are settled (I think!) in the new house.

After a really hectic weekend we are still unpacking multitudes of cardboard boxes and we have found most of the important stuff … I think.

We got the two PC’s up and running yesterday after a bit of a panic and things seem to be working well on the IT front. I must admit it is great that we now have a real office!

Annie, bless her, has done all the work today in the house as I have been working at a local hospital and tomorrow I am again out most of the day on business ... no, that is not just a feeble male excuse – it is real work honest!

We also have to get ready now for our holiday next week also so as they say there really is no rest for the wicked!


Steve Sherlock said...

Ah but the boxes can wait... what else are they going to do but sit there!

Glad the transition is going well for you. Get the key stuff out of the boxes and the rest can wait... especially with vacation time coming up... Enjoy it!

ps - I noticed the updated photos and quotes on your right column, nice work!

Phil Gerbyshak said...

Ah Trevor, the joys of unpacking. I too am still in a state of being boxed in. Steve's advice is good: focus on what's important and don't worry about the rest.

And while you're at it...take a rest, and enjoy yourself until vacation, so you can enjoy yourself on vacation!

Trevor Gay said...

Thanks Steve and Phil – appreciate your kind comments. We intend to really enjoy our holiday and we both feel we need it after the move and in preparation for our wedding in October - lots happening but at least it keeps us awake … till we drop!

Anonymous said...

Hi Trevor,

Hope you don't take quite that much luggage when you head off on your holidays!

And remember the Al Gore quote: "Airplane travel is nature's way of making you look like your passport photo."

Happy hols!

Trevor Gay said...

Cheers David - not taking quite so much as that on holiday and my passport photo is not a pretty sight

Take care

Trevor Gay said...

Thanks Rosa - we certainly did enjoy our break. And now plans for our wedding are dominating our thoughts.