05 February 2009

A Short Musing

I really need to try and write more often in the blog, but things have changed. Things being priorities in this case. To be sure it is not writer's block or even a lack of blog worthy happenings that is the reason for the rapid decline in production. It is not even a case of being more selective. It is a simple matter of time.

Time is, or at least it seems, in much shorter supply at the moment. In between Will and work there does not seem to be much time available. I am jotting down these few lines as I have lunch in the office.

I have no regrets about the decline in production. I am really enjoying spending the time with Will and the Wife.

It is all about priorities.

11 comments:

schmerly said...

Rob...

No probs mate we understand, well I do anyway. Keep up the good work, little Will gets priority.
Nuff said.

tere616 said...

Rob ...

It's not about priority, it's about LOVE of the parents.

I do understand :-)

azwar akbar said...

Try to select your priority?
Do what you love first, and love what first you do...
This sentence looked like confusing right...? So do I

Multibrand said...

Rob,
Being a father myself,
I can understand.
But I hope you will be
posting again soon.
Harry

Rob Baiton said...

Schmerly...

I am sure you understand. I have been following your musings over at IM.

Tere...

It is both in many respects. Probably more truthful would be that I am obviously enjoying the first couple of months of fatherhood and everything else is running a distant second at the moment.

I am sure you understand as you are a mother.

Azwar...

Indeed.

I have selected my priorities and I am happy with my selections.

Harry...

I will continue to post but at a reduced frequency, probably.

azwar akbar said...

congrats rob, just ask to your heart to decide in choosing your selection. :-)

Nena said...

You do the right things Rob !

I always appreciate people who take a family as an priority it is shown that he/she is a loving person.

May be you should joint a club with my husband he..he..He is a really person who always take family as a number one..

schmerly said...

Rob.. more like rants mate, but it keeps me amused while I'm looking for a new contract, there are some strange people on IM, I could probably include myself in that lot!
Anyway hows the installation and decommissioning of Wills nappies going, you should have that off pat by now!!

schmerly said...

Rob.. You've probably read about this already.
"The PKS statements mark the second time this week the party’s take on morality has been in the spotlight, after a PKS councillor in Jambi Province was seen in a legal massage parlour. A PKS spokesman said the parlour was not providing sexual services, but that married PKS men should only be massaged by blind male masseuses"
I don't think I'd like a blind male masseuse fumbling about in my nether regions, but there again I expect certain people might get a kick out of it! you gotta larff yea?

Rob Baiton said...

Azwar...

I try and do my best.

Nena...

It is not a hard choice, really!

Maybe I should set up a club with your hubby.

Schmerly...

Rants, indeed ;)

The nappy thing has been worked out from the outset. I am actually pretty good at.

PKS is PKS. There is nothing surprising in them taking the high moral ground when they get caught out.

On the blind male masseuse front, whatever. It is worth noting that there are a few places around that offer massage services where all of the staff are blind.

Many (many) years ago there used to be a joint on Jl. Jaksa that offered that very service blind masseuses.

I don't know about the larff, for me it is just sad in most respects.

It might be worth a laugh if the PKS start a lobby designed at getting the MUI to issue a fatwa that states that married Muslim men, according to the Holy Book, can only be massaged by blind male masseuses.

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For my part everyone ought to glance at it.