The above is a stock photo plucked from my host's computer, but it's pretty. Skopje itself is shrouded in a smoky fog and not very appealing at the moment. I had forgotten how early it gets dark here.
We leave for the states next week, and school will start soon again. I like vacations, but I can't seem to stay away from work, especially with my domaining business. I'm forever connected, it seems, and I can't remember what it was like before the internet was invented by Al Gore...
Interesting perspective on the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary; Europeans are particularly fascinated by U.S. politics. I must admit that I was surprised when I woke up this morning and found out that Hillary Clinton had won New Hampshire. All the polls had it wrong, it seems.
I'm still on the fence politically--I'm definitely leaning toward the Democrat side because the last seven years have been a nightmare. I like Hillary's strength, but I also like Obama's fresh perspective. In the end, the issues will be the deciding factor.
Hollywood Hangover has posted a blurb about my memoir. If you were around back in the 1960's, this is a great site to visit, especially if you happened to be on the Hollywood Scene. You can literally spend hours on this site.
Must run for now.
Ciao i Priedno.