My daughter stood on the scales and asked if the displayed figure was the weight of her whole body or just her feet, which is a reasonable question really.
I can hear my backup disks writing data when I wake up in a morning. You can’t do that with SSDs.
There was a lot of lot of garden maintenance this week.
I discovered that my bank can show me the total I have spent at a retailer – thus this role of shame from the past eleven months:
- £359.55 at Greggs
- £70.73 at Cooplands Bakers
- £707.99 at Amazon (to which my daughter exclaimed ‘think of all the stuff you could have bought with that!’ and all I could think of was the stuff on my Amazon Wishlist)
- £166.60 at McDonalds
We had family round for lunch at the weekend. I cooked roast beef for six people and it wasn’t a complete disaster.
I’m in an XMPP chat room where one of the young participants is doing an ad-hoc trip around Europe. Someone asked where he was at and the response was ‘Cycling to Denmark’. We all accepted this as a perfectly normal thing. The internet is sometimes a wonderful place.