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Timezone: Europe/London (3rd Dec 20:29)

Currently is at home (for 2 hours, 26 minutes, and 56 seconds)

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Last ate 11 hours, 4 minutes, and 23 seconds ago (Not-cheese, not-sausage and tomato toastie; coffee)

Last exercised 4 hours, 48 minutes, and 23 seconds ago

Monthly budget 7% used (last spent 30gbp on Groceries & delivery (BBL))

Words written this month (0 of posts and fiction)

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An afternoon sitting on the rocks at Seafields with my notebook for nanowrimo. Saw and heard lots of birds, and very few humans. Stayed until I was too cold to write.

A walk through the woods in Beveridge Park, and out to Raith Lake, where again I sat and scribbled until my fingers froze.

Continually impressed by and grateful for the presence of the sun here, even if it's only for a few hours a day.

Week in review: 16th - 22nd November

  • Weather was all over the place this week, so no long walks but a few nearby beach wanderings.
  • Less brain fog than I've felt in a long time.
  • Persuaded Dave to make bread for the first time ever and it was better than any bread I have ever made. I made a cake.
  • Wrote more javascript than is probably healthy:
    • to fix bugs and add features to Credentials CG minutes publishing infrastructure;
    • to help a friend send multiple hundreds of emails under a set of bizarre constraints for her job, using google appscript;
    • to fix/update some DID spec respec plugins.
  • Some DID spec editorial work.
  • Thinking about policies and mitigations about redundancy, for the Co-op (the idea is to get this sorted before we need it, rather than suddenly having to deal with it in a time of crisis).
  • Irretrievably behind on nanowrimo, but had some nice short writing sessions, including on the beach.
  • Started crocheting a new wallet.
  • Walked to Burntisland and back, fairly spur of the moment.
  • Watched some good movies, including Sorry to Bother you and The Handmaiden.

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Walked to Burntisland today along the coastal path to pick up supplies from Grain & Sustain. Rain swept along the coast at one point, but timed it (totally on purpose of course) so that it was going in the opposite direction to us and we just passed through it for a few minutes. Almost got wet feet on the tramp across Burntisland's enormous beach. Then, because it's Sunday and the train schedule is silly, also walked back. Glad to have Dave along to carry the groceries. A lovely sunset and bright moon. GPS trace, 12 miles total.