Muli Ben-Yehuda's journal

September 22, 2003

Quiet evening at home

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 9:29 AM

Yesterday evening was a blissful evening, calm, serene and productive. It was the first evening in a long time where both ladypine and I were at home, there was nothing urgent to do, no boxes to unpack and no crises to handle. We talked, I studied, worked on shpte a bit after a long hiatus, and ladypine edited the Whatsup interview[0]. Then we went to bed, and eventually, fell asleep[1]. May all evenings be like this!

[0] Watch this space and whatsup (hebrew) for updates.

[1] We fell asleep laughing, because the cat bit us because we were making too much noise. At exactly the wrong moments. Which moments are left as an exercise to the reader…


  1. Boxes to unpack
    Of course there are still boxes to unpack -it is simply the effect of “Gal’s week rule”: Whatever you do not fix, tidy and clean on your first week in the flat, will stay like this till you next move.

    Comment by ladypine — September 21, 2003 @ 11:54 PM | Reply

    • Re: Boxes to unpack
      Oh, there are boxes to unpack, but they didn’t need to be unpacked yesterday. And that makes all the difference…

      Comment by mulix — September 22, 2003 @ 12:27 AM | Reply

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