Tuesday, 20 September 2005

Finally...

Ok. Here's an update. It has been quite a while, hasn't it? Well, I've been busy, ok? I finished up in New Jersey/NYC with all the packing and arranging and cleaning and job and whatnot and moved up to the not-so-frozen North.

I'm living with my parents (shut up...) for the VERY short term. We've actually managed to buy a house, can you believe it? It's a small house (I'll put up pictures eventually, maybe...) but it's infinitely larger than the 0 square foot, one bedroom apartment me, my wife, and my two children were living in. We'll never do that again. Move-in date is somewhere in the beginning of October. The little woman wants to paint a little (the walls, you perverts...) so we'll do that before we move in. Boy, will the commute be better (currently driving for approximately 1.5 hours).

The job is great. I've got so much more work (and more interesting work) here as compared to my previous job (Bracken Health Sciences Library at Queen's University in Kingston, ON as compared to the Cyber Center at Queen's Public Library in NYC).

More later...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

We it's about damn time you updated this sucker!!! We'd thought you disappeared into the black hole of Canada... Glad to hear all is well. I've gotten a gmail account you can use to write if you'd like. njweiss@gmail.com

Dan said...

Dear Matt, Congrats! Glad you enjoy the new job. I am sure your parents enjoyed having your family around for awhile. You should enjoy the new house. Everyone will have there own space!

I checked out your library's site. I liked the emphasis on the Stat Ref books, and the evidence-based databases. I'll probably mention that to BST.

Regards,

Dan Thom

Anonymous said...

Yay! Your finally getting a house. :) Cool, something you've always wanted. :)

Debbie

andie said...

Ey! He's alive! :)

And congratulations with your new job. And your loving parents. Hee.

stark said...

Yeah, yeah... I made it... Thank you for all the congratulations re house and job...

I'll keep in touch... And I'll keep up with this blog. If I can.

It will be better once I get my computer at (my new) home up and running.