My wife is magical. She made me home-toasted muesli yesterday. When I ate breakfast this morning and it dawned on me that I have maple syrup in my breakfast cereal, I wanted to marry her all over again.
I have been pretty tired lately. My bubby girl has not been sleeping well overnight for weeks, and as a result I'm not getting as much sleep as I'd like myself. In addition, I get headaches whenever I try and concentrate, which I had been putting down to tiredness, but might actually be the fault of my new glasses prescription, so I'm seeing my optometrist on Friday to sort something out, and hopefully that will clear my headaches up a little.
Despite this, I've created a site called First Waves to post the latest news about Google Wave and the Wave Protocol. I was updating pretty frequently until this week when the headaches got too much for me, and I couldn't think straight to pull it all together.
I'll get into updating it again ASAP, but I'd be encouraged if anyone reading this wanted to check it out and leave a comment or whatnot. I'll be migrating it to WordPress in the near future too, and enhancing it with some more information about me, and some links to essential Wave resources.
That's my update. Thank you for listening.
That is a pure Twitter-bait title. I have no clue how to make my baby girl sleep except through time and patience. But I needed a hook to get you here, cause I just wanted to tell you about my baby girl.
I don't normally use this blog for very personal stuff any more, unless it's tech related or stuff I find on the 'net. But I have in the past and I choose to today. Pray indulge me a little.
Amelynne Grace was born 13 months ago today. My first child. A gorgeously round chubby little thing with light brown hair and her mothers eyes. We get comments all the time about how lovely she is, how much she looks like me. I'm not sure if people are being polite (and really, who would want to look like me), but I see the most beautiful thing in the world when I look at her.
I've been putting off writing this, telling myself that I just don't have time now I'm a new dad, but truth is, I wanted to say something special and couldn't think of the words. I still can't, but I need to say hello so bad, that I can't put it off any more.
Sorry 'bout the title. It's Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Awareness Day again. I haven't done anything this year to raise awareness, except I've tried to sum up Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia in 140 characters on Twitter.
Here's your next dose of Peanut - in case you had been hanging out for it.