Where did the time go?

It’s been weeks upon weeks since I last managed to commit anything of import to my blog, which is a pity. But it also means that I have been busy with life instead of slaving away at my blog. It would be good to integrate my blog into my life, but that won’t be happening for a while still, unfortunately. (I *like* leaving my PC alone for days on end.) Spending my work hours in front of a screen has made me less likely to spend my personal time on a keyboard. (Also, I must have read a dozen books in the last month or so: some ideas may come from those at some point…)

Still, I will try to keep things moving. The next step will be when I get some photos uploaded to Flickr: hopefully some will have come out nicely.

Um, I think that’s it for now. Momentous things may be in the future, but I don’t know of anything certain as of yet, so I’ll leave you ominous hints and ellipses for the time being…


Follow-Up Quote

After the last quote I put up, I thought it might be worth putting up a second quote that takes a completely different stance, yet with a similar level of assumptiveness.

I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.

– C. S. Lewis

Much more has been said about C. S. Lewis and his views on Christianity than will ever be said of Banville’s character Max Morden, so I won’t elaborate on Lewis too much. I will, however, say that I loved The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.