Monday, December 10, 2007
It's worrying to think that I've now been in my new apartment for three, nearly four, months. It's pleasant in many ways, albeit a bit over-decorated. But after a while you blank out the chandeliers and other details and it all settles down. The apartment has solar heated water for much of the year - I've only just had to move to switch to the normal system in mid-November - and a generator that cuts in during power cuts. This is a huge benefit, and I discovered it only a couple of nights ago when after the lights went out I was feeling my way towards matches and candles and suddenly the lights (but not much else) came on again.
As before, I have upstairs neighbours who from time to time clomp about overhead. But even that is far better than the last apartment.
Saturday, December 01, 2007
Many staff attended a Trust project planning workshop last week, and it was a triumph. Very motivating, involving, fun, well managed, with people who really knew their stuff leading the sessions. Everyone's come away feeling really good about themselves, the Trust and their work. This was a model of how these things should be done.
Break time in the project planning workshop
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