we’re not in the tropics anymore

March 10, 2004 — Leave a comment

this morning found me scraping frost of the windshield of the car. if there has ever been a wake up call for cultural differences, that would be it.

i think i may be enjoying this house husband thing too much. i left the house in my pyjamas this morning. just put on some socks and slip-ons and a jacket scraped the windshield and dropped my charges off. i have a load of laundry going in the washer and then i`m going to take a nap because this cold is kicking my ass.

i want to thank all of you for coming putting up with all my idiosyncrasies, the thoughtful comments and the general support. i`m going to continue to post everyday, well at least try to and hopefully you`ll continue to be entertained.

this post is all over the place today, so i`m going to take the opportunity to answer some questions asked in the comments.


for the time being we`re a family of three, the girls aren`t here yet. i don`t want to pull them out of school in the middle of the term and i need to get settled first, so we can afford to be a family of five.


the tag line we used was `Every Day Matters.` which was a last minute replacement for `All you need to know` we had all the artwork ready for presentation with `All…` when the copy writer came across it in the paper being used for a bookstore. not fun. you can see the finished product here [it`s at the bottom, you have to scroll down].

the concept behind the campaign is there is something in the paper for you everyday of the week.

time to go put a load in the dryer and another load in the washing machine. domestication is a hell of a thing.

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