This last week at work has been extremely hectic.Â I put in some very long days, along with many co-workers.Â This morning I slept in a little for some much-needed catch-up sleep.Â After a couple cups of coffee, I was ready to put in some more work on the floor in the bedroom.Â We spent a couple of hours and managed to finish our bedroom floor, working into the doorway of the closet before I had to go to get my massage!
Last year for my birthday (I, know, it’s almost here again), I received a gift certificate for a swedish massage….which I misplaced until recently.Â But this afternoon I visited 1609 Salon & Day Spa for my swedish deep tissue massage.Â I would highly recommend it for anyone that can appreciate a massage!Â It was a wonderful treat, and I’ll certainly go back.
Now, if only the floor work was done 😉
Greetings all.Â Time continues to fly, and I find myself catching up on a backlogged to-do list at 2:00am.Â I’ve finally been able to upload some photos from my trip to Geneva in May.Â Only a month late…not so bad.
As some of you know, I visit Geneva, Switzerland for work-related meetings once or twice a year.Â This time I had the occassion to go early and spend a couple of days bumming around the area.Â Thanks to my friend Barry, I even ventured into France for the first time.Â Barry was kind enough to show me the way to Chamonix, France, the home of Mont Blanc, the highest peak in the Alps (Western Europe anyway).Â After taking the tram up into the clouds and grabbing a light lunch…we strolled the streets of Chamonix, a very cute little town.
On the drive back, we visited the beautiful little town of Annecy, France.Â Even through the pouring rain I could tell what an enchanting place it was.Â We stopped for another bite to eat and a coffee before heading back to Geneva.Â The drive back was my first experience driving in Europe!Â It wasn’t that bad, at least we were on the right side of the road.Â However it was very helpful to have a local on board to ensure I read and obeyed the signs…well most of the time 🙂
This trip I brought my “good” camera as well as my point and shoot.Â I’ve added several photos to a Photo Gallery here on this site.Â Check it out, and feel free to email or post feedback here on the blog.Â I’d love to hear from you.
Since then, we’ve been working on a few more projects.Â Hopefully I’ll have some time to post updates on those in the near future, so stay tuned!