Ugh. Today. This post contains heavy spoilers for the first The Last of Us game. I am the last person to finish this game, so I suspect that it doesn't matter. But still.
Being in constant company, even with people you love, can cause friction. There's a fine line between love and hate and all that
This week was marginally less crazy at work. Client handover went super well on one thing, and wireframes and planning going well on another.
We went for a walk. The good thing about walking when the weather is bad, is not seeing other people
Not really sure why but after 10+ years off I want to play guitar again. I have never been a good guitarist; that's a lot of effort
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.
Some photos from my phone. Been super busy at work so haven't had time in my day for taking proper pictures.
I've been quite good with cycling in the morning the last two weeks. Been pushing myself pretty hard, and I go before breakfast so sometimes I push a bit too far and need to lie down for a minute
I like helping at the allotment. I'm much better in the morning when my energy levels are high
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.
I deviated from my route slightly to incorporate a hill I've never done before
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.
Took Sudo on our slightly-longer-but-still-short route this morning. Feel bad for him not getting the walks he normally does but he just sleeps most of the day so I don't think he's miserable.
I've been enjoying taking photos of some of our more photogenic meals during lockdown. Or, at least, what passes for lockdown in this country.