Based on the responses I’ve seen, #Brexit is like trying a spontaneous divorce to cope with a midlife crisis.
Ren wanted to melt a small piece of chocolate, but I wouldn’t let him use the microwave. His solution? Chew it until it melts, then spit it into a bowl. Gross but impressive.
Programming is about one person doing hours of needless work to save many people from doing hours of needless work.
While I’ve enjoyed being excessively busy this week, the political fabric of the US unravels.
The two party system is crumbling.
Both parties have serious contenders whose platforms only vaguely resemble party orthodoxy. While it’s a change I whole heartedly support, it will take courage to see the process through. Let’s hope it stays civil and peaceful.
Realized that I don’t do anything purely for fun. Must be a byproduct of being very serious about many aspirations.
I enjoy writing and making music, but they always feel like work.
Preferably something outdoors and with other people, my wife in particular. Golf comes to mind, or tennis. Hiking? Perhaps integrating photography? Gardening? Not in Tokyo. Maybe some form of making like pottery?
I don’t have the flu, but there is a flu epidemic in Japan at the moment and my school leadership has decided to close the school on Monday in an attempt to prevent further infection. A very wise decision that I support on many levels.
We need to slow down. This culture of working through illness is partially to blame for illness in the first place! Sick people, stay home!
Fine, I’ll stay home for you. Not sad about it.
‘#ValentinesDay is about love and #chocolate. We always have lots of love, and today we have lots of chocolate!’