Thursday, April 23, 2009

Too busy, must Twitter.

I was planning to stay well clear of Twitter, I mean who wants to know what I had for breakfast (Nutrigrain Ironman food) and what my highest score on Flight Control is (60 I only downloaded it last night). But I have relented and joined for two reasons.

  1. I wanted to comment on other's posts which is how I wound up on jspace in the first place.
  2. I am finding it really hard to fit in blogging with work, baby, football and study so a shorter form is a little easier for me.

Things are particularly busy at the moment as the Good Lady Naut (GLN) as a 12 week, 30 hours a week contract to run playgroups in the bushfire affected areas. The organisation she is working for got short term funding to do this and at the end of the 12 weeks they funding is cut off. So the GLN and co-workers have been thrown in with very little organisation and are having to make the best of it, it's a tough job.

On the days the GLN works, either my parents look after Sophasaurus at our house or I have to get up extra early and run her over to the GLN's parents place. I hate getting up extra early!

So the next 12 weeks are going to be pretty full on here on the submarine, but all the GLN's hard work combined with the Ruddbucks should make it all worth while.

17 comments:

  1. I have not been hit by the Twitter bug yet so i am happy to keep clear and stay on here for the time being.

    As for getting up early, welcome to my world

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  2. Twitter is a bit of fun, but you get know people better with a proper blog.

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  3. Naut console yourself in that the GLN is doing good work.

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  4. With the GLN working does that mean you get a better Xmas present?

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  5. Is it safe to say she simply tosses a football out into a (charred) field, yells, "have at it!" and sits in a lounge chair with a big floppy hat, applying sunscreen, and reading the latest Birmingham novel?

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  6. another person I want to read about their dinning habits, I'll have to head over to Twitter.

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  7. GODDAMMIT.

    *heads off to join*

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  8. Bangarrr - She is and is getting paid to do something she would do for free if she could. It's still a tough job though.

    Chazfh - Of course not, it means she gets a better xmas present.

    Steve - Close, but not quite. She is a social worker so she spends as much time with the parents as the kids. Yes I married a social worker, it's a very weird mix.

    Barnesm - I am thinking about twittering bowel movements as well.

    Moko - You are powerless to resist.

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  9. I am and remain Twit Resistant. Man I would get NO work done if I signed up for that thing.

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  10. I played Twister once. Does that count?

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  11. Can you TRULY discuss a bowel movement in less than 120 characters?

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  12. Dr Yobbo - It's a big time waster!

    Therbs - Makes you over qualified.

    Steve - I only need 3 words sometimes, moist and firm.

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  13. That's 12 characters. Plenty of room to describe the smell, and any audience reaction.

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  14. See Steve, it's not even a challenge.

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  15. It would be if you ate some spicy Thai food.

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  16. "Stool is loose, and hot. OMG IT BURNS! Guy at sink is snickering...no, now he's gagging!"

    Does that fit the Twitter allowed space?

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