Friday, August 11, 2006

It's True


It's True
Originally uploaded by Other Andrew.


You are.

And because you are all such nice people I want to say thanks for sticking around. It's been a 'low content' week here at TOA, mostly on account of the fact that I'm still sick. My cold became a chest infection and so the past week has been me running the wheel of work/volunteer committments/home to bed like a caged mouse. A big mouse, with a chest infection. As another blogger once said "you have to live your content first", but I would add that you've got to have content worth reading.

Anyhoo, that seems to have turned the corner in the past 24 hours and I feel a bit better. I even went out last night and socialised, like a normal person! OK, normal(ish). A quiet few drinks and dinner with some of my Sydney Photoblogger peeps. Good times.

6 comments:

Ur-spo said...

on the other hand, all your contents have been worth reading to me.
Not once have you fallen flat.
I am glad to hear you are feeling better.
Any signs of spring?

Jodie Sorrell said...

Where do you find these things to take pictures of?

Surely not just in Newtown?

Glad you're feeling better and I hope you enjoyed the sun of today.

The Other Andrew said...

Ur-spo, thanks! That's really sweet. YES! Today was bright and sunny, and adjacent to being 'short sleeves warm'. I busted out the camera at lunchtime because there were pretty flowers (Magnolias!) everywhere. It's just around the corner.

The Other Andrew said...

Jodie, this one was at the old vellodrome site in Camperdown, now known as O'Dea Reserve. There is some very cool stuff there, and coincidentally it was the laneway next to it where I found THE TINGLER...

Q - 60's girl said...

i hope you tried the rosehip for that shot of Vitamin C my dear :) you still could it'll help even now...

worldpeace and a speedboat said...

didn't know you were still feeling ick - glad you're getting better my deah.

and yay! for spring. I have snowdrops abungo in the garden. salvia, rhubarb, silverbeet shooting out of the ground. the pomegranate I bought dormant is a-sproutin'.

yay!