I sat on the porch yesterday. It was sunny and just warm enough to not bundle up in a jacket.
This is a heavy post. You’re more than welcome to skip it in favor of something more lighthearted in the future.
I’ve had about enough of this pandemic, ya’ll. We talk about this thing every Wednesday on Staring at Goats and initially it was kind of a fun podcast where we researched stuff, and chatted about how we’re doing.
Below is an excerpt from the short story I wrote for our Horizons anthology called “Good Stew.
I was really hoping to get my Moonlander keyboard today. UPS told me it would be here, only to let me down as the day dragged on.
This pandemic has been rough on everyone. We’ve been in it for nearly a year and I’ve been one of those people thtat has tried to do what’s right and not go out and spread my germs around to everyone.
Welp, I did it. I finally decided to pick up a new laptop.
I’m a big fan of dialects. I love the way people sound and how they sound different.
Variety’s Actors on Actors series is pretty great. I listen to them while I’m doing work and it’s a lot like a podcast.
Okay, ya’ll. I have been watching a LOT of programming streams on Twitch and there is one theme that seems to be pretty constant between all of them: Docker is the thing.