Time is flying.
Dang. Not yet a quarter into it, and this year is flying by already. After our inconvenient-but-still-lovely Mallorcan long weekend last year, we returned to Regensburg to get to work on our new digs. We’ve learned a lot about wiring and installing ceiling lamps, and options for furniture, and some life lessons about paint contractors.1
Let’s see, what’s been going on?
Christmas came and went.
The usual stuff: some fair food, handicrafts (if you’re lucky), Glühwein. We got our first visitors to the new digs in this period.
We spent a bit more time at the Romantischer Weihnachtsmarkt outside the courtyard, as opposed to in the courtyard and spotted some alpacas and a Georgian food stand (both new to us). We’ve been waiting, patiently and looking around online for the Georgian restaurant in Metropolitan Regensburg to appear. Those Khinkali were mouth-
We had hoped for a quiet evening at home, just the two of us in our new place.
That was about 50% correct. I guess we’ve got a nice place for an NYE party next year.
Construction is still trudging along, with the pavillion set up in the middle section of the bridge — the last section needing work. We moved into a nice, bright, new, cheerful apartment in October, but these2) months were some dark times.
Springy Spring is Springy
Finally, I can sometimes start and finish my workday without needing the lights on my bike. This depends partially on the long hours under my new assignments and the impending shift to MESZ3. Expect more Frühjahrsmüdigkeit4 as a result of that.