Sunday, October 31, 2010
Goodbye October 2010!
In a few minutes, October 2010 will be a thing of the past, and we will welcome November 2010 with open arms. Will we?
I've been spending a lot of time trying to write ('trying to' being the operative word), and I hope I get into full swing with it by tomorrow. Lots of reflections happening as we round up the year. I don't really believe in annual resolutions. Instead, I prefer making month-to-month goals which are more realistic and easier to achieve.
In an effort to start the month off on a clean slate, I've replied all my overdue / unanswered emails and am ready for the challenges that the next month has for me.
My laptop was giving me some problems - the cursor kept jumping around while I was typing, so apparently the touch pad was too sensitive and I had to disable it. I took it in, and was told that I needed to download a driver for the function keys. It made no sense why I had to do that, so after fiddling around, I managed to sort out the problem all by myself (pat on the back, thank you very much!) Also, I'm running Windows 7 which I'm not used to so that also made it a bit tricky.
I attended a funeral in Berlin (Eastern Cape) on Friday with my parents. It went on for hours, but it was a good cultural experience, nonetheless. Later that evening, Friday October 29 2010 I was at Numbers for the Last Friday Party which I've just blogged about.
It's pretty hard to believe that Christmas decor have been up in the mall for a couple of weeks now. Anyways, I wish you all a fabulous and blessed month of November :-)
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