“Choices are the hinges of destiny.” – Pythagoras
We are planning for our trip back to Australia, tidying up loose ends and hoping against hope to keep all the wheels turning while we are away. We have started working with some additional retailers for which we are very grateful and appreciate their efforts in spreading the good life.
We have to decide whether to spend the festive season with friends and family back home or whether the time may be more prudently spent watching over the workshop and the execution of orders. Whilst we are massive proponents of the good life we also are acutely aware that this is not without sacrifice and that often the things that come easily don't have the same sweetness.That isn't to say that the time in Bali is not a source of continual enjoyment and appreciation.
During our time in Australia we hope to catch up with friends and family, promote the Bon Vivant cause and live the good life. We also will be making some fairly large decisions that will have an impact on the way we operate and the restraints which we work within. It is a time of deep contemplation where the outcome is unknown, however it is this aspect that makes things all the more interesting.