Monday, August 22, 2011

Babies, Videos and Writer's Blahhhh...

Hey there folks! I hope you are all doing extremely well and I of course want to thank each and every one of you for simply being so awesome!

I think all my readers are great. All of the fine folks who watch my video blogs are great and in general....hmmm....what was I talking about? Lost my train of though....

The Japanese Obon holiday season is over and I was back to work today. During the past nine days I didn't have to deal with work. It was nice. Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with work, but as we all know, vacation is simply often better than work. I spent a lot of time playing with my son and even more time not working on my book about teaching in Korea and Japan. Now that I am back into my weekly work routine, I will begin writing again. Actually, I already wrote a little today. It felt good.

I'm also struggling to get back into running regularly. The amount of heat we have had this summer has really put me off and family life has also made it difficult to find time to run. Long distance running when you have a baby at home isn't always the easiest thing to juggle.

This past week, I've been focused mostly on this guy. Running and writing will be there anytime, but having the chance to be with my son as he learns to walk will only happen once.

Last Saturday was the day for three small festivals in my neighborhood. Sadly it rained all day, but that didn't kep many of the local kids from having fun!

There was to be dancing in the evening at this festival, but heavy rains closed things up earlier than most would have liked!


Anonymous said...

Get back ta work, ya slacker!

gaijinwife said...

Definitely son learning to walk takes precedence over running and work anytime. It has been crazy hot and even though I only 'jog' in a sad attempt to shift leftover baby weight I have opted for not running in the middle of day when its 34 degrees and I may possibly pass out and/or melt into a pool on the road and get eaten by snakes.

Good luck getting back into work though.