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.
I just don't have the time or motivation to try and make some sort of nice photo post with some structure or theme, but I do still take photos I'd like to share.
We've got squirrels in the garden at the moment. I'm not sure what's up with them but a couple of the younger ones have almost no fur on their tails.
Walked the dog again this morning, but brought my camera because last time there was tonnes of wildlife around
Beto wanted some photos of a hand opening for use in a design. They're super simple but I really like how they look.
Charlotte's growing some seeds in our bedroom window, and one of her courgettes got a seed casing stuck on its leaves. I was hoping it would make a cool timelapse and I was not disappointed.
Today I feel for anyone who doesn't have a garden. I can't imagine self-isolating without any safe outside space.
I keep all the backing cards for my pins. I don't know why; it's not like I ever get them out and study them.
We get seagulls in the garden a lot, stamping to drum up worms. Sneaky little devils, but you can't argue with its efficacy.
I was too busy focussing on not messing up the build to take photos whilst I was working
Never been to Brighton
Mosque Pavilion before but I've always had a morbid curiosity about it
It's not a secret; I love keyboards. I love building them, I love talking about them, I love programming them