Forced Time Off

 

It seems Nixon was in the office when I posted for the last time…well…not that long. But it’s been a long time since I posted something that wasn’t on the run, like the previous two to this one.

 Lots of things keep going on around here, including a project of taking apart a couple of components to fix some little details in the interior of a car, in which I got “a little” carried away.

Oops!

 One thing leads to the next, and one problem shows the brother component also in need of attention, so what started as a small bunch of simple things ended up as a big project without much planning, thus taking more and more time. Five days, I thought it’ll take, and has been how many weeks so far? And still not finished!

And then comes the minivan that is making all sort of noises in the front suspension and steering box; and then the little one, which lost the accelerator cable in the last parts running  :(

 

 So my apologies for not showing up for a while in posting and commenting in your blogs. I’ve mostly been in “Read and Run” mode due to the little time left by the other activities, but I hope now I can separate time again for a more “proper” blogging.

 I must admit it makes me sad not to have the time to write, visit and comment in my friend’s blogs.

 

 See you soon!  :)

 

Raul

 

 

 

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3 Responses to Forced Time Off

  1. Kelvin Kao says:

    Wow, I’ve never seen a car’s innards like that. It’s actually quite fascinating!

    Go handle life. Blogs can wait.

    Raul Ojeda Reply:

    Hi Kelvin,

    Yes, the car’s skeleton with some of the arteries and muscles exposed. The facelift procedure became almost complete surgery.

    Raul

  2. Sara says:

    Raul,

    While I miss you, I’m in the same boat. Well, I don’t have a car with no innards, but my online writing class has required me to a mechanic of a different type. I’m constantly putting something together and taking it apart.

    I love the picture of the kitty. Awww. So sweet!

    Do what you need to do. I know that car just calls you…”Please Raul, I need my parts back. You don’t know what it’s like to be a shell of my former beautiful self…” :~)

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