It was the week before Christmas. Before visiting family for the traditional family celebrations, we took our chance to explore a little more of the United Kingdom.
We visited Birmingham, Bath, London, and Gloucester during our holidays.
Dawn over common land in the United Kingdom. It is easy to overlook your own country. Everywhere else feels more worthy, more exotic, and less predictable. But these are assumptions and prejudices that do not hold up to reason.
Read more →In France we struggle to find a balance between knowing what to wait for and what to tenaciously hound along. Knowing the difference is key and we rarely know for sure.
Read more →I care deeply about my photos and my ability to share photos privately with family. It is important in feeling connected with family living in different countries to ourselves.
Read more →It has been a frustrating few weeks. We are working our way through the legal steps to secure our future home. Last week we learnt that there would be an additional delay.
Read more →I am growing keenly aware that our world is about to change dramatically. Every aspect of our surroundings and lifestyle will alter when we move.
Read more →The older Mac Pro is heavy. Particularly when you are lifting it above your head trying to find a balance between delicacy and suppressed panic. After all, you have thousands of pounds of equipement above you and a lot of potential wasted time, if you make a mistake.
Read more →I quietly launched a new Mac application today. It is the result of a few weeks of dealing with various offices, administrators, and bureaucracies.
Read more →My short films on the Graham Miln YouTube channel just ticked over the 100,000 view count. An exciting moment.
Read more →Happy Christmas! Wishing you all the best for 2015.
Read more →There is something strangely cathartic about recreating furniture in SketchUp. Given good measurements, I can craft something recognisable in about ten to fifteen minutes.
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