|Either, or both, it doesn't matter.|
|This is a Viking, but they lived in the north|
of angland long enough to stop being
ingengas, so it'll count.
"This suggests two different waves of immigrations betwixt the two cultures, ere The Iron Age Hallstatt and La Tene cultures (probably during the exodus of some Pelasgian peoples fleeing The Aegean in the 2nd century B."
I have no idea what this actually means (there are two other equally impenetrable sentences) but the fact that it fits with some of the reading in the physical world that I have done lately is bizarre. No way ad profiles can be created by stuff I've picked up and browsed in second-hand bookshops, but there you have it.
In other news, I have started back at work today with my two new members of staff and my existing newb from last year. I am hoping that this will allow us to work together and do some pretty nifty things, maybe even hit our grade targets (Ha!), but we shall see. They seem like nice people with plenty of good (and insane) ideas, and that's the kind of mix I like to see. Also, the new digs are looking alright and despite the poor showing of my Department in results we haven't been unduly pressured yet. It will come, I know it will come, but I'm enjoying the meantime and the chance to try and do better this year under my own steam. Even if my stress levels are rising (but it's a different kind of stress, more like last year but without the negativity surrounding being separated from my family).
|Eh, it's a warrior-style curtsey.|
Alas, we have as guest and so the chances to dress are zero again. If the past be any indicator I can also assert that there is no chance that Tilly and I will resume physical intimacy either. Her pronouncements (rare) on this have been tinged with disgust about the act and about the necessity of it - that is, she doesn't seem to think it warrants any attention or importance and does not seem to comprehend why I "go on about it" so much. 'Cos, y'know, mentioning it three times in six weeks is 'going on about it' and 'talking about nothing else'. Sigh.
My newb has split from her husband because they have drifted apart - mainly he wanted a traditional wife and she wanted to be herself after having a child. In essence, my newb wants what Tilly has and a husband to support her doing it. And the sex is something she considers a loss to her and was never something that was a problem. It's kinda depressing because this isn't the first time I've spoken to a woman who, independently and without me sharing anything of my situation, talks about wanting their partners to act like I do and still have sex.
Yeah, I don't know where I'm going here either, so I'll stop.