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first tulip of the year and a new circle beginning.

March 29th, 2011

I continue showing you spring teaser flowers: The first tulip that showed its shy red head a few days ago. Today, it is proudly showing it all…

The last few days have been amazing: An explosion is taking place right in front of our eyes and noses.  And fitting with nature starting another circle we kind of start another circle, too. I sent the papers off for the new office and storage place. I signed the lease. A little signature translating into a major step for me. June 1 is the date when I can get in there, and I look forward to moving there. Not that it would not be nice sitting on my bench here, in our little room, close to tulips with a view. But it is getting narrow here. Yesterday, when packing the first ZETA’s into boxes, later in the evening, the W.-factor and me realized again how little space is left in this room.

Thus, by June 1 we can start moving.

And until them, we continue in our little room. And as it is the last weeks in there: I suddenly enjoy it more than before.

I will continue packing ZETAs today. And will start shipping the first ZETAs to retailers. And tonight, I go for a burger, meeting friends, old friends, that worked with me and helped me a lot in a previous circle that I luckily left.

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9 Responses to “first tulip of the year and a new circle beginning.”

  1. Persolaise says:

    Life is the only circle which has a beginning and an end.

    How’s that for first-thing-in-the-morning philosophy??

    I’m sure the office move will turn out to be a good decision.

    Enjoy your outing tonight… but a BURGER??!? Really??

  2. Andy says:

    Here’s my contribution , early in the morning, after two coffees:
    “Alles hat ein Ende, nur die Wurst hat zwei”.

  3. Persolaise says:

    😀 😀

    Well done!

    But you could have linked the burger with the idea of a circle… 😉

  4. jen says:

    Andy, you are killing mw with all these photos of spring flowers. 🙂 And thank you for the clarification on Bear’s Garlic–it sounds really yummy. I wonder if Vladimir has it in Russia as the article says it grows there too! Have a great day!

  5. Stephan says:

    As soon as you start eating your sausage, it has a beginning (where you take the first bite) and an end. And if you spin the idea further and look at commercial production of sausages, each end of a sausage is the beginning of the next. And this lands us neatly in Asian philsosophy with the recurring cycles of life. Enjoy your springtime.

  6. AromaX says:

    Have a nice day, Andy – I hope it is as sunny and warm as we have here. For me it will be a forest walk today!

    Sounds exciting that big step to move. I guess it’s also a relief to have a big place and not to be afraid anymore that your cellar will become too small once and you will get drawn in all the boxes 🙂

    Thanks for the tulip!

  7. Ines says:

    Spring always feels to me like the time of the year when everything starts going right and many opportunities for happiness are suddenly at the reach of our hands (and I certainly try and reach as many as I can).
    Have fun!

  8. Vladimir says:

    Dear jen, yes, we will possibly have Bear’s Garlic, but it will be not earlier than the beginning of June, at us on former while snow still lies.:-)

    Dear Andy. I will return with active comments in the beginning of April, I remained without work and while I solve this problem.

  9. Andy says:

    Greetings Vladimir
    oh, wow. That IS late in the year. It seems to me that the Bear’s garlic is getting ready to be picked shortly before autumn in Siberia.
    I hope your spring comes very soon!

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