Monday, April 30, 2007

if i might just explain?

If anyone has been watching my Flickr account today, you'll have noticed a LOT of new photos being added, many of them showing trucks, loads or speedometers.

I've been clearing out the hard drive of our mac, uploading all the photos stored there onto my (which has now become "our") Flickr account so we can delete them and save disk space.

All fine but it does mean that my collection of photos of family and friends with one or two moments of creativity is now joined by Dan's collection of photographs of bass gear, lorries he has driven, crucial moments in the world of the speedometer (just be thankful flickr doesn't take videos!) and various other insights.

I'm not a geek. I'm married to one.


  1. Unabridged (v 1.1) - Cite This Source
    geek Slang.
    1. a peculiar or otherwise dislikable person, esp. one who is perceived to be overly intellectual.
    2. a computer expert or enthusiast (a term of pride as self-reference, but often considered offensive when used by outsiders.)
    3. a carnival performer who performs sensationally morbid or disgusting acts, as biting off the head of a live chicken.
    [Origin: 1915- 20; prob. var. of geck (mainly Scots) fool < D or LG gek]

    —Related forms
    geeky, adjective


  2. Why why why would you want to practice Massanet on the violin!!!!!!??????
    Hope you are well, I cant remember your e-mail address and I meant to mail you!!!! I am with Year 2, starting in 2 days! I am scared (never never read your school experience guide, it is scary!)but excited! Hope you are well and happy, and I look forward to seeing you at somepoint soon!
    kezzie x

  3. We have in our digital collection some inspiring (I jest) photo's of certain robotic inventions Barry has designed at work for doing really interesting things like build steering columns for cars! Mind you he did once design the jaffa cake making machine!



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