Back to Work

I often wonder about this notion of work. How it came about and why we need vacations from it.

The problem with taking a vacation is that I don’t find myself missing work. However, when I return to work, I do find myself missing my vacation time.

A paradox?

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  1. Stephen Meyer
    Stephen Meyer says:

    This is unrelated: I know you are done with all your coding, but as a frequent reader may I make a request? Along the top of each page is a bar with links on it “about” “contact” “gallery” etc… On the last design you had a “Home” button, and now I miss it after I make my comments and wish to navigate back.

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  2. Stephen Meyer
    Stephen Meyer says:

    I apologize for underestimating you! Turns out you coded the “Home” button into that gorgeous picture at the top. I am impressed and I just wish I had been thinking as innovatively while using you site as you were designing it. By the way I think the new layout is very nice and seems to be surpassed only by its content.

    😉

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  3. Richard Cleaver
    Richard Cleaver says:

    Your suggestion is still a good one. It is not really obvious that the home page can be reached by clicking on the header. I think I will add a subtle home icon to ease any confusion. Thanks for the comments on the new layout. It was a fun challenge over the Christmas break!

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