I’ve been busy this past week, getting back into the swing of things work-wise — seeing some of my Mac Made Easy clients, promoting my upcoming workshops, looking into (ideally free) remote access and screen-sharing software. I’ve also been spending time working on a personal writing project; and much of Tuesday afternoon was consumed by ‘wallet-gate’ — lost wallet leading to retracing of steps, twice, and phone calls / visits to banks to cancel my lost cards — none of which was productive or uplifting, especially since it came on the heels of a wildly wet and windy morning that saw trees felled by gales and rivers running down Lewes High Street. A variety of circumstances conspiring to consume my time and energy, leaving not a moment to consider photography or writing a post.
Given that my business needs me, as does my personal writing project — if either are to fulfil their potential — I’ll be posting less frequently for a while, and will likely be more sporadic as a follower of fellow bloggers.
Looking through my archives earlier this evening I came upon this photograph from October 2010 of an empty bench in Hove — a fitting image perhaps for an in absentia blogger?