Bits and sods

I’m so glad I don’t have to “date” any more.

Fascinating story.

I’m changing jobs sometime in January (same organisation; different department). Apart from the fact that the new job will be more interesting, and more in line with my past work experience, the location of the new office is more central, which means that I can take the metro to work, which means I’ll have about 45 minutes more reading time per day. Plus, we’ll be able to sell the second car, and save money on petrol, tax, insurance, etc.

I have about one more month in this office before my view changes…

the old office

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9 thoughts on “Bits and sods

  1. jagosaurus December 13, 2007 / 7:53 pm

    How’s the view going ot be from the new office?

    Also, while I am not the girl in the craigslist post you linked to*, I sure do know a bunch of them.

    *No doubt every female who read it thought that.

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  2. rasman1978 December 13, 2007 / 8:20 pm

    Yeah, they’re all bitches now, right Jane?

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  3. tinafrench December 14, 2007 / 2:09 am

    No, seriously, it’s all the rest of them!

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  4. rasman1978 December 14, 2007 / 2:31 am

    Riiiiiiight!

    I’d like to read the opposite version of the ‘date’ story.

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  5. tinafrench December 14, 2007 / 6:28 am

    I was totally thinking that I should write the opposite version as a blog entry.

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  6. simonlitton December 14, 2007 / 10:13 am

    Go for it, Tina. Now we’re all dying to hear it.

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  7. jagosaurus December 14, 2007 / 8:04 pm

    Tina: Please do. It would be about a million kinds of awesome.

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  8. tinafrench December 14, 2007 / 9:38 pm

    Okay, it may have to wait a bit so I can finish my, you know, BOOK, but I’m gonna do it.

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  9. Peter December 18, 2007 / 2:23 am

    Loved your office. Extrapolation the view of the VRT/RTBF-TV tower I can almost guess where your old office is located 🙂

    Regarding the “dog of Flanders” story: there’s a pathetic tiny monument in front of Antwerp Cathedral, aimed at Japanese tourists (sponsored by a Japanese company)

    In fact, asking an average inhabitant of Antwerp about this story will only provoke “say what?” reactions 😉

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