It’s my final week of session two and I have just two assignments to go. Seven days to hammer them out, polish them off and then submit them and relax and worry about final grades… should be easy, except I also have a 30th birthday to attend this week!
So the consensus right now is the stress from worrying what I have or haven’t got is causing my nausea, rather than nausea being a symptom of whatever it could be.
I updated the sites theme, because Twenty Fourteen looked pretty cool to me. Really customisable, and there’s more to come as I play with it!
This afternoon I found a new way of welcoming in the New Year. In the cellar was a ’93 Dom Pérignon and finally opening it and sipping on it in the late afternoon was wonderful. Having never had vintage before, I found it quite lovely, but now my palette is whet for more.
Ate at Brisbane’s “worst vegetarian” restaurant, but didn’t realise (or read) that it was when I ordered, and as such I found the gnocchi pretty terrible.
Had a really lovely time tonight at the QFM AGM. Lots of lovely people, and the breakaway group seemed to have underestimated how the broader group as a whole felt. Really felt welcomed.
This morning I had my EEG checkup. As with last time, I don’t get my results until my consultation with the neurologist but just wanted to say I didn’t seize up during it. Not that I expected to.
As you may have noticed, I decided to apply a new theme to the website last night. Simply put, I was bored and saw it and quite liked it. I’m still tweaking it and working out how to get everything just right (superfluous as that reads), but hopefully it’s not too shocking for anyone reading.
For anyone interested, there’s a good post on what I can do with the theme here, but one of the main things you’ll notice is that different post formats display in unique ways, often with colour.
I know this version of my blog is only new, but I’d like to share some observations on the comments system, just incase anyone is wondering. They are turned on, and they do require approval.
I’ve so far received a comment from someone called Lester who seems to write about snowboards in German and French. As such, I wasn’t sure if that comment was spam, but the comment seemed genuine. I’ve also had one spammy comment that was clearly not real, and that wasn’t approved.
I have a feeling I’ll receive more spammy comments in the future, it’s only natural in this world. However, if you’re a reader, family, friend, feel free to comment. My email also hasn’t changed, but I’m not sure it’s listed anywhere currently. I’d rather stop spam not encourage it.
Finally, if you want to leave a comment, but don’t want it to remain, just say so, I’ll get your message and will then delete it.
But bottom line, comments need to be approved and are available.
After being offline for many many months, my blog and website is finally functional again and will slowly be built up. Right now it’s a bit sparse, but WordPress should give me the ability to really customise this site in the future.
I hope to fill my readers in on the happenings in my life soon enough, and it’s not pretty, but I’d rather it was out of the way than left unanswered.