Lazy Saturday Bkst @ The Big Tree Restaurant.
6 weeks. Yep, I haven't been as diligent as I thought I would be for the last few weeks since arriving in Bangkok. But what a crazy and busy 6 weeks it has been. It feels like things are finally starting to calm down and a semblance of normalcy is reasserting itself into my daily existence.
Life is going great. I'm really loving the school where I'm working and I am so very ecstatic about my job. The living conditions are pretty good (compared to where I've been in the past.) so no real complaints there. I guess the only thing that I'd be a bit disappointed in is the overall layout of my apartment (it's a studio) but I'm taking some measures to improve that with some upgrading of my furniture and room accessories. Plus, it's a new complex, so despite it having some quirks as they iron out the bugs, the overall experience is getting better every day. So, no worries there.
Many years ago in the mid-nineties email was a pain in the rear end. Back then whenever you changed your internet provider, your email changed, Many of my friends, as well as myself, decided to go out and purchase our own domain names so that we could have a stable email address that would never change. The most logical solutions was to get a domain name that was your last name. Remember though, back in 1996 the only domains available were .com, .net, .edu, .mil, .gov, and .org. Unfortunately my first and obvious choice of zeise.com was already in use by a German electrical motor manufacturer so that was ruled out. Zeise.net was also taken, and zeise.mil, zeise.edu and zeise.gov were unobtainable. That left me with zeise.org as my last choice, so I purchased it.