Things I desire, Part I

I look at my left wrist and what do I see? Wrist. Bare, empty wrist.

The Apple Watch was released on April 24th, but not for New Zealanders. Many of those who did get a chance to order it on release day are still waiting, almost a month later. I’m so impatient to be able to order mine! It’s so tempting to set up an Australian iTunes account and buy one that way. But I will wait. Sigh.

apple-watch-wristband

Shakey shakey

We got off scott-free in the Sept 2010 earthquake, breakages-wise. And in the Feb 2011 quake, the only damage we had was a broken computer screen, expensive but not traumatic. 

So when we moved into our new home in April 2011, I didn’t worry too much about things getting broken. It took a while to set everything up, so it was early June before I found a suitable spot for all the precious knick-knacks that I’ve collected over years. 

So of course, Murphy’s Law prevailed and three days later, a magnitude 6.3 earthquake happened. We lost power and flush toilets, but almost as distressing was coming home to find many of my wee thing smashed to bits. Glue sorted the worst of the mess out, and then I packed them all away until it was safer to bring them back out again.

That day is today.