yesterday

york dusk

york dusk


This was the scene from my front door (seen through the small glass panel on the top of the closed door!) yesterday. And this post is a test post really to check a plugin – LR2/Blog – that allows me to export photo from Lightroom straight onto my wordpress blog!

Looks like it works too, but it was a bit slow uploading the picture and loading this edit page, and oh you cannot choose the category directly from the Lightroom either. So I guess this plugin is best suited at the moment for just uploading the picture and you can use it later to add on to your post [this is added here from the ‘Edit Post’ page within the WordPress admin].

2 thoughts on “yesterday

  1. Still reading the site (though less and less frequently, i admit, consistent with the postings – no guilt, honest. i assume you have moved onto better/cooler technology that i am too dinosaurian to adopt).

    Wow. REAL pleased with that as an opening sentence – kinda a conversation killer.

    The point: hope you are well. What’s up? How’s school? Is life on the British Isles really as… Orwellian as BoingBoing implies? Graduating soon? Interesting milestones i wouldn’t think of? (Married? Kids? Joined a Nunnery?)

    We are well(ish) though the family has been sick since mid-December. Seriously. I think we have had maybe a month of days when we were all healthy and microbe free. I just got a temporary 80% contract (by choice), so i get to be a dad to my kids one day a week. Money will be tight, but worth it.

    And Spring is finally here in the north – it was above 20C today! Gardening time!

    Take care,

    Darren and the Witts

    • Hello Darren and the Witts,

      All well(ish) here too – nothing interesting to report really. Been too lazy to update the sites, went back home for a few weeks of “holidays”, and now back trying to finish the phd (feels such a bad idea sometimes!) – no time to get married, have kids – although joining a nunnery crosses mind sometimes (haha, just kidding 😀 )

      Sorry to hear about the sickness in the family, but I’m sure spring will bring freshness and drive those microbes away. And flexible contract by choice sounds like a great thing to have. I’m wondering too if I should migrate to parent/children-friendly place like that when I want to have some of my own 😛 – no plan to have kids anytime soon though!

      Well, enjoy the spring. My plan for a canadian holidays hasn’t materialised yet – seems it’ll have to wait until I finish my phd thing, then I can travel around in a sane(r) frame of mind.

      Hopefully, new posts will be up soon, and some pictures from Nepal to show that I actually was there!

      Take care,
      m.

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