Welcome back, Re:Print!
Three weeks later, and we're back online. But, you know, amid the confusion surrounding my recent house-move, lack of co-operation from both my Internet provider and my apparently exhausted motherboard, and fear that Re:Print would never again see the light of day, there was an upside. I got to read -- a lot. Instead of waking up each morning and heading straight for the office, I made myself a cup of hot Milo, grabbed my new blanket (thanks Trish!), plonked on the couch, and read. Book after book after book. For the first time in years, I didn't have to struggle to find reading time. It's been sensational. And I've decided to stick to the pattern -- emails to be checked the night before; mornings to be spent in my blanket and the company of a book. It helps that my surroundings now include paintings on the wall, clean carpets, and the open air of a big, beautiful new house -- decidedly different from the three-room-flat-with-ant-problem-behind-the-busy-restaurant I used to try and read in.
Fulci is overwhelmed.
Now, for the fun part -- the organising. And to purchase shelves, to finally catalogue the collection as it rightfully should be. My books, like me, deserve some room to move.