Still Trying to Catch-up

Well despite my best efforts to be more regular in my updating this site, I find that nearly a month has passed since my last post. Unfortunately, despite my best efforts the job has taken significant precedence in my life, much to my new wife’s chagrin. Just ask her. Even this morning, she lovingly lamented, “You work too much.” Strangely, it seems as though this year is just a whole lot harder than the past two. As I have mentioned previously, I can only conclude that all the new material and adjustments have finally caught up with me, methinks.

Photo: Me Working Photo: Having Some Fun

Still, this space is a never endingly fun space to just kind of hash out what is going on in our lives. Of course Ali, repeatedly informs me that by now no one actually reads the page anymore. So, what started out as an outlet to force me to write on a regular basis and simultaneously keep people back in the Midwest up to date on my miscellaneous adventures in New England has withered a bit in recent months. Even more annoying is that I am busier more now than ever, but it is almost all work related. So by the time I get home, I usually just want to sit in front of the television or fire up the Playstation, and not have to think a whole lot. Of course mine is a mind that is always racing, so that is pretty hard to do. Nevertheless, I am trying to ease off the longer posts and settle for the shorter snippets with more pictures, since Ali reminds me regularly, “People want to see more photos!”

So here are a couple of more recent photos. Amazingly, Ali, the principle photographer of human subjects, snapped these rather beautiful shots of the city in which we live, and there are surprisingly no human subjects.

Photo: Waltham Mill

Photo: Waltham Mill - Reverse Angle

In keeping with the more photos idea, I am experimenting with some ways to post more wedding photos, since we have finally collected nearly all of them. So I’ll definitely post that when it is finished. Next on the docket is a recap of some of the more fun things we did this fall.

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