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Yeah, it’s blustery as can be here. I’m not even exactly sure what that word means, but if it has something to do with walls of wind, standing you up straight and trying to push you around, well then it fits what’s going on around here.
I’ve been out walking around quite a bit since we’ve arrived. Partly to just get out of the house, and partly with the hopes of shedding some of those unwanted “holiday” pounds. Honestly, I don’t think I can blame it all on the holidays, but I don’t think they mind playing the scapegoat anyway. So, Rache and I have been bundling up Aria in her pink snowpants, mittens and full winter garb, and heading out into the elements. There’s no snow, and it’s really not that cold! Just super windy.
But, I gotta tell you, it doesn’t seem to affect the Scots here. The hospitality that we’ve experienced is pretty cool. I’m really amazed at how much Scots seem to love to chat with us. When they hear that we have an accent from out of town, they usually just want to chat about whatever. And I’m really amazed at how many of them have traveled abroad, or to the US. It’s crazy, how many blue-collar workers travel. It seems that flights are very reasonable from here, and the Pound is pretty heavy when compared to other nations’ economies so… it works out I guess.
So, I just wanted to give a quick update to let you all know that things are going well. I’ve looked at some job stuff in the papers, but I am not planning on contacting anyone until Monday. That should give me some time to get used to waking up on UK time. It’s not easy right now. Rachel seems to be having no problem. She goes to bed at 10 and wakes up at 8 or something. Aria and I, on the other hand, can’t seem to get ourselves able to sleep at the approrpriate times. Aria is definitely more cranky because of it. I, however, am never cranky! Just ask Rachel.

2 Responses to “Blustery!”

  1. Rachel
    January 12th, 2007 12:31

    I wouldn’t say you’re NEVER cranky, John, but you don’t do too bad. 😉

  2. Kelly Sherman
    January 21st, 2007 19:04

    Good luck with your job search. The weather in Syracuse is finally like winter… blustery AND snowy! Enjoy your new adventure. Kelly

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