I've had one of those weeks where you feel like no matter what you do, how hard you work, it's not going to be enough. And one person fixed it all.
A little scant on cat pictures this week. We've narrowed digestive issues down to biscuits and ears are slowly improving. Yay cats 😶
Poorly Friday. She has something up with her ears and they're super waxy. Vet says it's not mites, which is something at least, but it's still not very pleasant and I hope it blows over soon.
Friday is now vaccinated, so Bill Gates knows exactly where she is and what she's thinking.
Pretty eventful week for a tiny cat. She loves to be the centre of attention, even when she's asleep.
The ratio of prepare-time to eating-time makes cooking a totally unappealing task for me. But it does make me incredibly grateful that Charlotte enjoys it!
Continuing to settle in nicely. Totally OK with the dog now, so this week we'll be moving on to leaving her for short periods.
I am determined to get used to a Choc setup. It's definitely getting there with this.
After many attempts to convince me, we got a kitten. Her name is Friday, and she is a Ragdoll. She is very sweet and settling in quite nicely. 100% not sure what to make of Sudo but she'll get there!
The pursuit of minimalism in keyboard layouts is as much an exercise in programming muscle memory as it is indulging Gear Acquisition Syndrome. Making a usable layout on something that only has a few more keys than the English alphabet has letters is pretty tricky.
I've wanted to make a video of the pourover process since we got this setup. So typically I chose a day with really terrible light to attempt it. I actually like the way it came out though.
We stopped at the lighthouse on the way to the supermarket earlier. Something about this area is so grey and depressing but it makes me feel really happy.
Never thought I'd be able to do something like this, but once you can connect a wire to something, and you get the theory, it's fairly straightforward to build.
Charlotte won afternoon tea at The Grand on a school raffle. It was for two but we couldn't not bring Tabitha!
I took a day off work last week and walked into the city to get some doughnuts from Flour Pot as they only do them once a week.