Sunday, January 04, 2009
I'm back from my Christmas/New Year's vacation to France and Holland!
Here we are frolicking by the pyramid of the Louvre.
It turned out to be unexpectedly Internet-free, which is why I've hardly posted at all over the past two weeks. (If you're looking for something to read, you can see the latest edition of my weekly roundup Sunday in Outer Blogness or check out some cool carnivals: The Humanist Symposium, The Carnival of the Godless, and The Carnival of the Liberals.) Practically the only time I got to be on the Internet was on the train going back and forth between Paris and Belgium. (Free WiFi in the train! Just sayin' for any of you out there who doubted the awesomeness of train travel.)
Going for days on end without the Internet was kind of relaxing but a little disconcerting (I suppose that's a bad sign).
The good news is that I had plenty of time to read a new exmo-interest memoir (The Mormon Cult), which I'll be telling you about this week. Plus I had time to draw many of the illustrations for Orem High. Of course I still have to scan them all in and color them. Will I be done in time for my planned February 10th start date or will I have to move the date back? We'll see...