Monday, 29 October 2007


hi·a·tus [hahy-ey-tuhs]
–noun, plural -tus·es, -tus.
1. a break or interruption in the continuity of a work, series, action, etc.

It has been an event-filled few days here at bollewangenhaptoet. This has included:

- being vomited on at three o'clock in the morning
- getting locked out of the house
- amusing a one-year old single-handedly in an airport lounge for five hours.

As such we'll be taking what feels like a well-deserved short break here in sunny/cloudy/rainy/foggy/windy Tasmania and will (attempt to) resume normal programming upon our return to Melbourne. (And I forgot the camera, again.)


nikkishell said...

Enjoy your hiatus!

Breien in Lansingerland said...

The title of your blog makes me think you are Dutch by origin. :-)

Hollabee said...

Enjoy your break in Tassie

greenolive said...

locked out of the house? Hmm, that has a familiar ring to it! Don't suppose your involved snow and a smashed window by any chance?