Wednesday, July 11, 2007

A very lame 100th post

As the title says this is my 100th post and I definitely had something more decadent in mind for this milestone, than saying "I'm back, but too tired to say anything", but that's more or less what I'm going to say here. It has been more than a week since I returned from the field but I feel as energetic as a wet towel. The field season was harder than usual for many reasons and where I am usually tired after being in the field, this time I am drained. The trip was ill-planned due to lack of our usual collaborator and the new group didn't really work well together. We have travelled more than usual, been away for longer time and had more scientific focuses than I remember from any other field trip and while the results are exciting I'm just bone-tired from trying to keep the whole circus together. I am working on my recovery by doing very little, eating plenty of fresh strawberries and reading an extremely funny book written in my mother tongue, where for once I DO get all the cultural references.

Basically, I just wanted to let you know that I'm here, even if I'm not speaking much, and that I'm on my way back to blogging.



At 12:40 AM, Blogger post-doc said...

Welcome back! I've missed hearing from you and hope your energy returns soon.

At 12:22 PM, Blogger Dr. Brazen Hussy said...

Yay, you're back!

At 11:12 AM, Blogger saxifraga said...

Thanks ;-) I've missed you too. I almost thought everyone had forgotten about me after being away for so long. I'm glad to see that is not the case.

At 12:33 PM, Blogger Zenia Effenberger Larsen said...

Getting back to blogging doesn't just happen as soon as you arrive home, I've noticed that as well.

Welcome back! I have been following your ticker and noticing that soon you'd be back.

This is not to make you feel an urge to rush back into blogging an awful lot, just to let you know that I have noticed your being back. :)

At 7:29 AM, Blogger Ron Schott said...

Time for post #101!


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