Category Archives: work-related

It’s busy bustling around here, both with my fingers on the keyboard, with more ETF website work (almost done far enough to launch, though!) and other kinds of bustling. Kinds that have resulted in something like a wool explosion in … Continue reading

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I’m back at the work desk, trying to battle my way through stacks of paper that needs to be taken care of, as well as stacks of email that has to be dealt with. It’s amazing how many mails can … Continue reading

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I’m back home, there’s an insane to-do list (which includes my fair homework, of course and as always after a fair), and here’s pics, as requested, to prove it did happen… The beautiful baroque garden and, in the background, the … Continue reading

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First of all – I’ve again managed to not mention Talk Like A Pirate Day on this blog in time, and it has whooshed past, like dates (and deadlines!) tend to do. And that even though my Pirate Roberts hat … Continue reading

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Part of category “fun things I get to do under cover of my day job”: filming. In the most current case, filming a short explanatory video about the oil light swimmers that I carry in the shop – to show … Continue reading

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I still have a fairly large selection of spindle whorls hanging out here, but some weight classes are running low, and especially the disc-shaped whorls are almost gone again. Which means it’s time to go into the basement, fetch the … Continue reading

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While I was away having fun, things were going on back home. Garden things, mostly – the lawn growing like crazy, just like the willow fence. But also nicer, more edible ones: The beef tomatoes (a variety I’ve had not … Continue reading

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