I’m fairly certain that my Instagram feed had as many ads for lawsuit settlements as it did actual photos from people I subscribe to.
As this Summer season is quickly coming to an end, I thought it might be fun to do a Throwback Thursday to the end of Summer 2017 when we bought Nathan his first bike.
I decided to work from the library again today. Just a chance to get out of the house and get some fresh air on the balcony.
One of my favorite things about cassettes is finding ones that are not available in other media formats or on streaming services. This tends to happen a lot with hits albums and original soundtracks (OST) and other sorts of compilations.
I guess I shouldn’t be surprised — and yet I am — that no one got last week’s #MiniMusicMonday. Oh well.
I was considering an outfit to wear tomorrow for a presentation I’m making on Zoom to a client. I dug around in my closet to find a collared shirt. Of all the things that can happen to clothing — worn, stained, shrunken, outgrown, moth-ridden, outdated, etc. — the one thing I’d never considered was that my clothes would become covered in a thin layer of dust. Ah, pandemic life.
Happy eighth birthday, little dude. Your momma and I love you so much and are so proud of the kid you’re growing up to be.