- So , who is the other regular visitor? Roar? Hallvard, or Christina Aguilera?
2. two paychecks you say? need help spending it? I am always willing to help a friend. :-P
It’s small, but it’s more than nothing
I’m about to leave the office, but decided to write a small update. The two of you who are visiting the site regularly deserve it.
Today I got my first of two paychecks. It’s been a long time since I had this much money, it’s a good thing. There is a couple of things I want to buy, but I’m saving the money in case I get a permanent vacation after August 15. I’m still hoping that I can stay at NRK, there is enough to do, but they probably don’t have the money to keep me here. Too bad. I’m still looking for work and sending out job applications, and I sent out two today. Crossing my fingers, as always.
And, hell, that’s about all I feel like writing right now. Is www.vegard.net dying? Even though you might hope so, no, it’s not. It’s summer, that’s all.
vegard at vegard dot net with your input. You can also use any of the other points of contact listed on the About page.
though it goes without saying, i really like the site. keep it coming.
But I’m sure it would have been nice to get two paychecks at once.
How are things by the way?
So, how are you holding up Vegard?
Kongsberg is damn hot at times when the sun really kicks in. Where is the summer? Two out of three weeks have been bad weather.
Ian: I guess "regular" is just "every now and then". That people give me credit for the site is a real kick for me, to be honest. So, thanks.
Tor-Erik: I’m doing all right, having a job I really enjoy at times, where I learn new stuff and are able to utililze knowledge I already have, too. Good stuff. And speaking about wheater: You can find the weather for Kongsberg with a few clicks on wap.nrk.no.
I have no shame!
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