Unfortunately I picked up the phone in Sofia airport and agreed to logon to investigate a customer issue as soon as I got home. So the relaxing evening was in effect cancelled.
One thing I can rely on is our ability to recharge. And of course we don't mean physically. Agata and Marcus pride ourselves on our keeping going without sleep, after all we are IT consultants!
However the same is not true of electronic friends. They tire quickly. Only a few days away but most daily helpers were desperately low on juice:
Agata's iPad maintained an incredible battery life, but my poor 2 year old iPod needed a good boost.
I used the waterproof MP3 player twice whilst swimming, and he was totally flat.
It was the first test of our inexpensive Samsung camera. Over 300 photographs and a charge is required.
The wireless headphones had been left on by accident. Now totally flat
The keyboard picked now to run out of charge. 4 batteries to charge up.
Baby Nokia performed well but it urgently needed some electricity food.
Finally the obsolete but still capable Logitech speakers were flat too.
So now our electronics is charged, and, our now that bodies and minds are recharged from our mini vacation I guess it is time to go off to work :-(