Well there we have it. We’re 21 days into 2013 and I managed just three posts. I enjoyed the few posts I did and I still would like to continue but I have discovered that I just don’t have the time. I’ll have to find another way to post regularly that fits in with my schedule. That’s all for now, hopefully I’ll be back before too long with something more interesting. But then again, if I’m not blogging about the post-a-day subject, what will I blog about?
What’s the 11th item on your bucket list?
I’m really not doing a very good job of all this. I don’t have a bucket list! I don’t really plan on making one yet either but there is one thing I’d like to mention. If I get to a ripe old age and still haven’t learned to play the piano, I’ll be most annoyed to put it lightly. I love to listen to the piano and I’ve wanted to learn for some time now. The problem is, I always have the greatest desire to lean when I’m in the busier times in my life. I will do it, and I need to do it sooner than later. So for now, learning to play the piano is 1-11 on my bucket list!
Have you ever made a New Year’s Resolution that you kept?
I’m already behind on this post a day thing so I’ll keep this one brief.
Not that I can remember. Hopefully I can change that this year!
I’ve heard of this Daily Post idea before so thought I’d try it. I’m always up for a good excuse to write. I don’t know how successful I’ll be, I’m already behind!
Where were you last night when 2012 turned into 2013? Is that where you’d wanted to be?
I was on Dublin Bus 747, heading from the city centre towards the airport. It’s the second time I’ve ever been chauffeur driven in a double decker bus. The only two people on the bus were me and the driver; I almost asked him to drop me off at the hotel, a very small detour, but chickened out. I did and didn’t want to be there. I wanted to be there because it meant I didn’t have to walk or get an expensive taxi. I didn’t want to be there because I could still have been with friends had I not had to get the last bus back.
Ultimately, I didn’t want to be in Dublin either but had to be because of work. Where I really wanted to be when 2012 turned to 2013 was with my girlfriend and family in London. We organised the trip a while back, none of us had been there for New Year before and so we were excited for the experience. All the time I knew my roster couldn’t guarantee I would be there but I kept hoping. And so it worked out that I couldn’t make it. Rather frustrating to say the least but I’m grateful that I had Christmas at home, not all of my colleagues did. Back at the hotel I spoke to my family and my girlfriend and called it a night.