A sleepy dog, some old video games, and a walk around some new routes right next to some old routes.
I've been so bad at this recently. We walk the same laps around the village every day, and see the same things, take the same pictures, and I'm just bored. I'm bored of everything and I don't know how to fix it.
Tabitha and I went for a walk whilst Charlotte was at the allotment. Was a super nice day, and great to spend some time alone with her. We saw a Triangulation Station, some birds, cows and half a zebra.
I am so sick of this stupid pandemic, the stupid government's constant nonsensical reaction to it, and stupid people for going about their stupid lives as if everything is fine, and making the situation worse. I've really had enough today.
Got a squirrel feeder for the fence outside our living room window because the squirrels like the fence.
I can't tell you how many times I've looked at this view, and I still see something different.
I've wanted a macropad for ages, and the timing was right on this one so I've gone for it! Screen; check, rotary; check, stacked acrylic; check. It also has LEDs and a piezo buzzer! Looking forward to annoying the entire world with that one.
Went for a nice walk today. It was pretty cold but it's nice for clearing your head. I miss taking pictures.
Lots of pictures of me on my phone the last couple of weeks. I think I might finally be going insane.
There's a time and a place for ROMs. With original hardware and software getting more and more expensive, they're the only reasonable option for most people. But part of the fun for me is in messing about with stuff!
It's become something of an obsession: trying to make my desk cool. I grabbed my monitor and chair from the office about six months too late and now it's such a good space
We took Tabitha to the pump track at Newhaven skatepark. It's super nice; seems to be very well looked-after. It took her a little while to get going, but then once she got it, she didn't want to leave. I'd love to come back and have a go with a BMX there - it's not a place for a road bike.
I feel really bad for Tabitha that we haven't been doing Fun Kid Stuff. This morning we went for a walk (it was freezing) to a good park and she slid and climbed and swung and monkey-bars'd
Charlotte set up some desk space again. Sitting at the dining table became problematic months ago.
In my opinion, LEGO have done a really poor job of communicating what this actually is. Maybe I've just conveniently missed the message in everything I've read, but even so, if I've managed to entirely miss it, others probably did too.