feyd1

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from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK

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    • One year on...

      7 years ago

      feyd1

      Haven't done a journal for a while, but this seems like an appropriate time to start again. Currently we're on holiday in Ireland celebrating our 1st wedding anniversary by going to the Irish discworld convention (and stopping at a few places in Ireland on the way). Apparently halloween is a national holiday here so we've both brought costumes for tomorrow, which gives me another chance to wear the armour. This year I've put together an executioner's costume, I'll try to get a photo or two tomorrow.

      I've been working really hard recently, which is good in that I still have a job and the company is doing well, but means we've not had as much time together lately. Since the wedding we've had the addition of Greg (who was best man) to our household which has meant a lot more online gaming.... Lord of the Rings Online mainly.

      Anyway, we've got a posh dinner booked as a treat so I'd better go dust off my suit and try to look a bit less scruffy for a couple of hours.

      Hope everyone else is ok!

    • Falconry

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      Realised I haven't posted an update for a while, and this weekend we did something very cool so I thought it worth a mention. As a wedding present my sister and brother in law got a falconry experience voucher, which we used yesterday at Durham Falconry.

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      We spent half the day flying Harris hawks through the woodlands, Jasper and Tyke:

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      Then after lunch we flew Billy the barn owl in a barn:

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      And after some training on how to fly birds to a lure we helped train Ash, a hybrid pereguin falcon:

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      as well as Lady, a female Harris hawk:

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      Video of Lady in flight

    • Honeymoon part 3 Waitomo NZ

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      Apologies for the delay in posting, still recovering from Flu, and today our central heating blew up. Hopefully it should be fixed tomorrow, so finger crossed etc. Back to the honeymoon...

      After landing in NZ and picking up our hire car we drove from Auckland down to Waitomo. A really great drive, and apart from being the first time I've driven an automatic it was great. I got to really enjoy the amazing scenery, something you'd not really appreciate in the same way if you were on a train or bus. Anyway, after the sat nav on the phone got us to our destination we checked in to our hobbit hole!

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      Inside it was very motel style, with modern fittings like a TV and microwave, but all the furniture was "rustic" and the architecture was great:

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      In fact the whole valley was filled with bizzare accomodation: a boat, a plane and a train were other options we could have stayed in:

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      After getting a great steak at the local roadside inn we crashed out for the night, ready for the next day as it was going to be busy.
      First stop was to see the motel owner, Billy Black who recommended we do the Spellbound tour of the local glow worm caves. We took his advice and after a bit of touristy shopping we were off to go black water rafting. The tour was really great as we got to spend a long time underground in the raft with a great guide, giving our eyes plenty of time to adjust to the light of the glow worms, to the point where you actually see quite well. It's an amazing sight, and the photos don't do it justice at all:

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      After the glow worm caves we went to some of the other excavated caves that spellbound look after and saw some very old fossils and strange fauna on the way. It was really rather informative and quite good fun nosing around in the dark.

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      After the tour we decided to take a drive to the nearby Kiwi House, a different kind of wildlife park. They have an indoor nighttime area where the nocturnal birds can wander around all day, so we got to see Kiwi's up close in their natural setting. They also had the Tuatara, a very ancient species of lizard that is very cute, and individuals can live to over 100 years old! They also had some Morepork owls, so called as their hoot sounds like someone saying "more...pork". They didn't even know of the Terry Pratchett reference with the crest of Ankh-Morpork being hippos and owls...


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      After the wildlife park we headed home and had a chat with Billy again, who showed us where to go to see some of the outdoor glow worm sites. It sounded like a good idea, so after dark we set of with torches to go exploring for ourselves. The cave he pointed out to us was a 15 min walk from one of the main car parks, and in the dark was a bit of a strange trek, we even heard the morepork owls hooting in the wild. With two torches on you could only see the torchlight, but with only one the glow worms were clearly visible. It was very much like that scene in Avatar. In fact the one tree we saw where the whole branch structure was infested with glow worms looked just like part of the set from Avatar and we had to try to get a photo...

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      It's only picked out some of the closer lights, and that was with the longest 3 second exposue my camera would do.

      Next morning we checked out of the hobbit hole and headed off to Matamata to visit the Shires Rest cafe and do the tour of the sheep farm where Hobbiton was filmed for the Lord of the Rings. It was awesome, and yes I'm sad, I did dance under the party tree.

      After the tour (no photos allowed - sorry) we then set off for Rotorua... Next journal!

    • Honeymoon part 2 - Fiji

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      After a small interruption (ok, I've got Flu) here's the next installment of the honeymoon photojournal.

      btw: The book I couldn't get in the uk was T2:Infiltrator which I probably could have got online, but there's something special about supporting actual bookshops.

      We had an early start to catch our flight to Nadi, which got us into Fiji in the early afternoon. Even just enterring the country was a different expeience with a four piece guitar band serenading everyone through customs and our transfer service to the hotel giving us coral necklaces. Everyone seemed really friendly and you couldn't go for more than five minutes without hearing a friendly "Bula!"

      When we got to our hotel (Outrigger on the Lagoon) we checked in to our own private "burre" (ok it's an air conditioned tikki hut) but it was really nicely done out inside and as we had mentioned we were on honeymoon they presented us with matching his and hers Sulus (traditional body wraps) and neckalces. We also got bulter service deliverring us champagne and canapes in the afternoon and a dessert and nightcap in the evening after turning down the room. The service really was exceptional.

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      The weather was really nice on that first afternoon so we went and had pizza at the resort's Sundowner bar followed by the first of many many cocktails. The view from the bar was perfect:

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      We then went off to explore the resort and found that the local wildlife park (Kula Eco Park) that we had heard was only 15 minutes away, was just over the road from the tennis courts so we went to investigate for a few hours... As soon as we got inside we were greeted with snakes and iguanas - Amber was in rapture! We spent ages playing with the animals as they were very hand tame. First they gave me a boa to wear around my neck:

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      who was very inquisitive and wanted to hide in my rucksack. Then they gave us some fijian banded iguanas (called Ben and Gwen), and a very rare crested fijian iguana (called Fred):

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      Amber didn't want to put them down and would have gladly taken them home. Her excuse was she didn't have enough pockets. It was really nice to see them being cared for in their natural environment, and they were all really well fed. We did the self guided tour around the rest of the eco-park and saw a lot of other iguanas and thier breeding program:

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      as well as a lot of native birds in very large enclosed aviaries

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      and most surprisingly they also had fruit bats!

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      After we finished the tour we were just in time to help with the feeding of the turtles:

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      After the park closed we headed back to the hotel for a buffet banquet followed by traditional dancing, which was really good. The next day was spent enjoying the resort, meeting new friends at the bar, having lots more interestingly coloured cocktails, reading my book in my hammock. It's wierd how of all the amazing things we did, that couple of hours lazing in a string hammock just relaxing and reading a book really stuck in my mind. I guess it was the feeling of complete relaxation in such a perfect setting, something you definatly don't get every day, and at night they lit flaming torches around all the paths which made the whole place feel really like a little village:

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      We ventured out along the beach as it hadn't got as hot as the first day and at low tide we were able to see lots of hermit crabs in the coral rock pools:

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      We then went horse riding along the beach for an afternoon, and I felt a bit sorry for my horse as he looked a tad on the small side...

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      Later there was a demonstration of firewalking, which instead of walking on the burned embers at a reasonable pace, these guys walk on the heated stones burned in the fire and stand still to pose for photos!

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      All too soon our time in Fiji drew to a close, and on the last night we got a special surprise when we got back to our room. The butlers had done a superb display on our bed using small flower petals, it must have taken them ages! We were both stunned and didn't want to disturb it by getting in to bed!

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      Next stop New Zealand!

    • Honeymoon Photo Journal Part 1

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      So now that I've caught up on my sleep (mostly) and managed to get to work today, I've managed to download all the photos we took on honeymoon and thought I'd do a few journals to share the experience with you guys. We haven't done a proper photo journal of the wedding itself although Famewolf worte about the expereince far better than I could in his journal part1 and part2. If anyone has any pictures from the wedding they could upload somewhere and link me in a message or email that would be great, and when we've got the official ones back later this week I'll put up the wedding photos proper.

      After the big day we stayed an extra night in the Balmoral Hotel in Harrogate, had an amazing dinner and then opened one of our wedding presents - a nice bottle of champagne, which we drank while we opened all the other cards and gifts people had brought:

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      Everyone had been so generous, and it was such a nice way to keep the spirit of the wedding going for another day. The honeymoon suite at the Balmoral was very, very nice. Glad we chose it and spent the extra night to enjoy it properly:

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      The next day we picked up our suitcases and got a lift to the train station by Greg (the best man) before spending a long time on the train to heathrow airport. Useful tip for anyone trying to do the same thing, although it is cheaper to get the tube to heathrow it's not such a good idea with suitcases during rush hour. One long 13 hour flight later and we were in Singapore, but only for one hour before our next 9 hour flight to Sydney. I managed to watch a lot of films on the flights, some of which I'd seen before, but the best of the one's I hadn't seen was Despicable Me.

      After dropping our bags at the hotel in Sydney and sorting out a small mix-up with our room booking we headed out into the Rocks area to enjoy all the sights we only got to glimpse through the rain last time we were there.

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      We had chosen Sydney as our first landing point as we really enjoyed the time we spent there two years ago, but we only managed to get a couple of days and it had rained a lot so we didn't get to see it properly. We did get to meet up with BernardBlack last time and had a really fun day with him so hoped to do the same again (to be honest that was the main reason for going back). The hotel we had booked was really nice and when we got back in and were able to check into it, our room was amazing:

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      After crashing out from the jetlag and recoverring a bit we went off exploring and found the Sydney Observatory and some of the nice areas around the Harbour Bridge. We also managed to get in touch with BernardBlack as we weren't sure what he'd be up to while we were there. We arranged to meet up the next day after we had been to see Taronga Zoo and do the Night time star viewing at the observatory. Getting to the zoo is by ferry which did interesting things to my hair:

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      It was all worth it though as we managed to see lots of animals (loads of photos of these which I'll probably put on DA or somewhere as a viewable album if people are interested) the ones here are a Rhinocerous Iguana, Kookaburra and the family of elephants including a two day old baby hiding between her mother's legs:

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      After the zoo we did the nighttime tour of the observatory, which would have been better if there wasn't too much clould cover to actually use the telescopes, but the planetarium was cool. They have some really awesome mechanical models of the solar system which I've always been fascinated by and managed to get a video of on my phone : Video of solar System

      As soon as we finished the planetarium tour BernardBlack was waiting for us outside and whisked us off for the most amazing pancakes I've ever seen. It was great to catch up with him, but sadly the jetlag was kicking in and by the end of the night we were both nodding off:

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      Sadly the last day we missed out on going on a winery tour as the tour operator cancelled it as we were the only customers on it! So instead we went on a shopping trip round Darling Harbour, going to the bookshop Bernard had taken us too last time we were over where I managed to pick up the missing book in a series I couldn't find in the UK.

      Next stop : Fiji ! (in a journal for tomorrow)

    • Back from honeymoon

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      Just a quick note to let you all know we're now back safe in the UK, very jetlagged and going to work in 5 hours. better try to get some nap time in first. Big picture journal to follow...

    • ... Is now a married man!

      8 years ago

      feyd1

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      More to follow but thought you guys should see this. Can't change my profile pic from my phone yet...

    • Pre nuptual update 2

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      Things are starting to get hectic here, went to the jewellers yeasterday to check on the wedding rings and found that in the 4 months since we tested the silver blanks I've lost a lot of weight off my hands, enough that my ring will have to be compressed four ring sizes down in order to fit! Even the jeweller was stunned, but at least this way it won't slip off and will be a good incentive to stay off the beer + cake. We now have a table plan for the wedding breakfast confirmed with the castle, and tonight I fitted the armour for our second gate guard, having fitted the first one at the weekend. Honeymoon is all booked, NZ is going to be a great laugh, we actually get to stay in a hobbit hole! Still need to sort out playlist for the DJ and pick our first dance song along with a hundred other minor details... better get back to it.

    • Taking a tumble

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      SO, a little pre nuptual update. As many of you know we're getting married at the end of the month. I was going to be riding up to the castle on horseback in full armour... until we did a practice run today and found that the horse I was going to be riding got spooked by the noise the armour made when I was mounting up. He tried to bolt with me half way into the saddle and I took a bit of a tumble into the nice lady holding the reigns.
      Bit of a shock to the system, and some minor injuries but nothing serious. Good thing we tried this before the morning of the wedding as turning up in my current bloodied state would not look good on the photos. On the plus side the armour looks great... we'll just be walking instead.

    • Stag do...

      8 years ago

      feyd1

      As is tradition I'm on a stag do in York... One day down (several pubs later) and still going strong

  • Comments (896)

    • LorD_BaZ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      6 years ago

      Well, I have some money to balance it, so with a little bit of inventiveness I'm not really struggling much, which is what most people think of when they hear 'Homeless'

      Sleeping in a car isn't actually that unpleasant. Throw the driver seat forward all the way, recline all the way back and while it isn't the same thing as a mediocre mattress... it'll do.

      The hard part, as I mentioned, won't be pooling together the money I need, but to write up a convincing portfolio to convince the ultra-conservative real estate market in Canberra. I mean seriously, five page documents that need ten pages of proof? And that is just the fucking application form.

      And if you read the papers, you see them complaining about the sad state of property and blaming the government for it... No, the problem is you've got the market in a stranglehold and wondering why it can't fucking breathe properly.

      Augh. Sorry. Rant Over.

      • feyd1

        6 years ago

        No worries, I've had to sleep in my car a couple of times, didn't enjoy it. Hope you find a new place soon.

    • DocRossim

      7 years ago

      Hey, Happy Birthday Dr. Rob! Hope you had a good one, and a Happy Hogswatch too.

    • SirDeeSee

      7 years ago

      Glad you invited me. Still so happy for you guys.

    • TottWriter

      7 years ago

      Hiya, thanks for the image comment. I fear I may have come across as a little more draconian than intended about photos though. I don't actually mind them being online, just so long as Oscar and Molly aren't really recognisable in them, because Will and I feel that they should be able to choose which childhood photos of themselves the world gets to see when they're older.

      We just wanted people to check before posting them, to avoid...well, it was actually one of Will's aunts we were worried about, because she posts just about everything on facebook and we didn't want Oscar and Molly to be plastered up there for the world to see.

      But in the end, she was ill and missed the wedding anyway. Oh well. Best laid plans and all!

    • Iddstar

      8 years ago

      Bored? LOL. You know me... smiley8.gif

    • feyd1

      8 years ago

      Nowt, where do you want it sending- I'll have to go extract it from the cellar

    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      I have a couple of old internal floppy drives in spare cases if you want one.


      Using IDE connectors? That'd be great, how much would you like?

    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      Still here so far... another wee while until I move wink.png

    • LorD_BaZ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      8 years ago

      Oh, I just got back from it. And yeah, it was pretty non-stop. Was epic of course.

    • FJewel

      8 years ago

      College tomorrow at 8am :P So possibly not.

    • Iddstar

      8 years ago

      Yes woot! Very much woot!

      I'm actually still having trouble literally just having time to capture the footage. I will however, capture it all and put it on a DVD with a time code, so you and Amber can watch it back and tell me which bits you want to keep and which bits you don't want, then I can cut it all together for you!

    • DocRossim

      8 years ago

      I'm glad you liked it smiley1.gif

    • bernardblack

      8 years ago

      before break, cant wait to get back to it

    • Stonesword

      8 years ago

      In reply to feyd1, #2:

      This journal only appeared for me today... although that may be more my fault rather than the site.


      I thinking not, because there was another post there that I didn't see until today.

    • LorD_BaZ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      8 years ago

      Precisely, and hell, Felicia Day has a good amount of experience under her belt with producing and running a web series, which is probably where he got the idea, that and Dr Horrible as well.

      So if it pays off. The Web will be responsible for RvB, The Guild and Firefly.

      Not a bad way to start is it? :D

    • TottWriter

      8 years ago

      I really would, but I've no idea how to play poker, which could be the bigger handicap...

    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      Why when I read your journal title did I get a mental image of Bez?


      I really don't know lol.png *Googles* A dancer and percussionist? Nope, can't help you there!

    • Jalnor

      8 years ago

      Did Greg leave you a copy of that group photo, by the way? LOL

    • canon_fodder FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      8 years ago

      Only just realized you commented ... Why were you "canoning" me??

    • DocRossim

      8 years ago

      I'll take that friend request as a yes smiley1.gif
      I don't think I ever got around to adding your before I left the site, I kind of left in a fluster after all.

    • feyd1

      8 years ago

      yeah, I thought you were already!

    • DocRossim

      8 years ago

      Is it okay to add you as a friend? I just wanted to check before I did. I mean, I know there's a whole accept/decline thing but it seems more polite to ask in actual words....
      Anyway: is that okay?

    • DocRossim

      8 years ago

      Happy almost-your-birthday and Hogswatch!
      Here's hoping you have a good one smiley1.gif

    • DocRossim

      8 years ago

      I already knew that yes, ya lucky fellow. smiley1.gif

    • LorD_BaZ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      8 years ago

      Dunno actually. She lists her location as kent, I don't think that region is included in our regional challenge.

    • canon_fodder FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      8 years ago

      I imagine it would be pretty damn awesome! you with your.... you know. being married. me with my, being alive! and stuff like that.

    • CivilEnginer

      8 years ago

      Heya. Just saw you online and thought I'd say hi. Hope you're enjoying Oz, the weather's certainly better than here, I'm sure. We can't see the other side of the valley for the rain.

    • feyd1

      8 years ago

      Thanks for that, photobucket seems to be having trouble for me too...

    • SirDeeSee

      8 years ago

      Photobucket has rather fuzzed the resolution there. I'll email it to you in the morning, once I boot up the laptop. I should warn you that it's only an iPhone photo, so it's not super-detailed, but the original does look rather fabulous!

    • TottWriter

      8 years ago

      Congratumalations!I know you probably won't be checking facebook RT today, but I wanted to say that I hope it all goes well and you have a fantastic day!

      (Yes, this is copypasted, sorry! A real card will be on its way as soon as i can get home and post it off! What a stupid time to be housesitting!)

    • SirDeeSee

      8 years ago

      I had a quick peek in there, actually, being something of an old hand: They used to do a matt finish varnish, but haven't done for a fair while, I'm told. Shame, it would have been ideal!

    • MineIsAnEvil

      8 years ago

      Yeah, that is mostly what I have heard... Although I have had a number of people who said if they could go back in time they would not bother doing their PhDs, which was interesting (I even had one lady, a very successful researcher) who said she was considering both pathways I am, and if she could go back she would go the other way, which was very interesting.

      It is more the long term security that I am thinking about - I know that having my PhD would be beneficial for a lot of jobs, but in our area in particular, jobs are not very stable, grants are had to get, and only last 3 years at most. If you don't get a grant, you don't have a job. We are such a specialised field that there are only about 3 labs in Australia that can do the work that we do, and to be honest I don't know if I want to be doing this for the long term. I know I can always go off to a different type of lab, or a completely different field, but then all this specialised knowledge will be useless to me. =P

      I think I am someone who needs more stability than that. At least with Audiology it is interesting, jobs are plentiful (generally people have a job 6 months before graduating), secure and pay well. Plus I like the idea of helping people more directly. Plus my dad is deaf in one ear, and one of my sisters had hearing problems when she was younger. Plus I can just see myself doing it...

      Such hard decisions.

      Either way, I am looking forward to the next couple of years. =)

    • MineIsAnEvil

      8 years ago

      Yeah, it does go past fairly quickly!

      Staying here and doing my PhD is one of the two things I am strongly considering. The other is doing my Masters in Clinical Audiology, and becoming an Audiologist.

      I know with Audiology the jobs are more stable, and I think I would enjoy it. But I love the people here, and I quite enjoy what we are doing...

      I know whichever one I do I will enjoy and it will be great (if not incredibly tough at times).

      But actually making the decision... That is the tough bit!

    • FameWolf FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      8 years ago

      ... so what you're saying is that all I have to do is wait, then you'll write a journal instead - which I can then just plagiarise shamelessly and saving me the effort of writing something? smiley8.gif

      I do want to write something, and pick a few photos to share. But two years ago, I think I ended up spreading it across eight journals, some running into their comment sections, so it's also a time issue*.

      -Peter

      * = because let's face it, the idea of me writing something shorter isn't really an issue.

    • MineIsAnEvil

      8 years ago

      Hey, cool.

      Thank you for letting me know. =) And if it turns up to just be a rumour, I wont blame you ;)

      Not sure how much holiday time Jarrad and myself will have next year, what after this big America trip we are doing in less than two months, but thank you for letting me know about it, I will definitely keep an ear out. =)

      How are the wedding plans going? Not long now!

    • bernardblack

      8 years ago

      i spun a torch around with the shutter exposure on bulb. was fun :D

    • MineIsAnEvil

      9 years ago

      Hmm, sounds interesting. I look forward to seeing a picture of them eventually. =)
      We looked at getting more detailed ones, but we wanted them to match, and they wouldn't have really matched my engagement ring. So we got plain gold ones, but they are curved inside as well as the outside. They seem to be more comfy than ones with a flat inside. =)

    • LorD_BaZ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 years ago

      Heh. On holiday in a mathematical equation. That'd be awesome, instead of being swarmed by bird, you get swarmed by flocks of rational numbers and struck by weather systems of irrational numbers, all the while eating fancy equations at all the restuarants. smiley13.gif

      Yup, I did indeed mention it on facebook.

      Mobile internets are weird. When my phone can find it, it's convenient, but not always actually helpful.

    • FameWolf FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 years ago

      Yes, I'm still getting my head around Borderlands (and dying a lot), but it's fun - the random weapon generation is interesting... it's a bit like playing Diablo, never quite sure what anything will be!

      As for finishing... Well, any sort of job would be good, though obviously at first I'm going to focus myself on anything that uses reading/writing/proof reading etc... Forum Mod is an interesting idea, wonder if anyone is hiring/paying smiley8.gif

      -Peter

    • Nudge1

      9 years ago

      *poke*

      Stop surfing and get your arse home! smiley8.gif

    • Phoenix

      9 years ago

      Dude, the last 6 months were brutal for us... Actually they weren't as bad as the last month or two... I reckon that part is way harder than getting married, or even being married... Once you get through all that you are fine for life :)

      Is there much left to plan?

    • MineIsAnEvil

      9 years ago

      Haha, I'm sorry.

      I had actually completely forgotten that song existed, until last week I had a very weird dream, where a seminar teaching me Japanese turned into a massive concert where they were playing that song.

      Since then, it has been stuck in my head at LEAST once a day.

      >_<

    • FameWolf FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 years ago

      Actually, that's an interesting thought - considering last time I encountered PTerry I felt I shoved my feet so far into my mouth that I wondered how I didn't fall down (something about the earth not helping by failing to open up swallow me when needed?), having something semi-interesting to say this time...

      ... Well, it's a nice idea, anyway.

      -Peter

    • runelady

      9 years ago

      I love your taste in movies.

    • IrishMav

      9 years ago

      Hey how's things ?

    • Stonesword

      9 years ago

      Merry Christmas!

    • FameWolf FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 years ago

      Happy Birthday!

      I hope today is proving to be a fantastic one for you!

      -Peter

    • Babtest

      9 years ago

      You just made my day.

    • FameWolf FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 years ago

      Ah, so even more things to drum out... It's good that it means you can customise the game, focus it to your preferred style of music. It's just a shame that it hits the wallet every time...

      -Peter

    • canon_fodder FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      9 years ago

      I plan on doing just that, also I am thinking about staying for another semester still, it all depends on what I decide in the next few days.

      But yeah I will definitely visit you guys.

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