Jeremy Felt

A weekly note


I’ve been working through some annoying rhomboid / trapezius pain over the last several days, so the best thing to do on a Sunday afternoon is definitely to stand in front of this computer and write a note for the first time since April.

This stretch has been helpful.

Things happened in May, June, July, and August, but that’s all so long ago. It’s September and the air has been feeling just a bit autumnal for a couple weeks. There’s something about the slightly shorter days that seems to take the edge off of a hot day and we’ve been lucky to have not had many hot days overall.

A+ summer, really. Looking forward to fall.

I made it to WordCamp US. It was so entirely great to see everyone. It’s very strange to not see friends for almost 4 years and then sit down, start talking, and feel like it was only months ago.

The after-“party” was at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, which was a very cool venue. I had my Lyft drop me off at the Lincoln Memorial so I could get a nice walk in and see the sights. It was worth it.

And this is not really a complaint, but it’d be nice if the next WCUS is in a city rather than a weird outlying conference-town. D.C. or Alexandria proper would have led to more interesting morning walks and likely much better coffee.

Because of course everyone at a WordCamp shares my desire for good coffee.

Also! It’s been 7 days since I got home, so I think it’s safe to say that I remain Covid-free. :knock-on-wood:

There’s much more I’d like to write here, but writing itself seems very much like a tight muscle. These notes flow so easily when I’m in a groove.

I’m not now, of course, but I’ll get there again. Just keep stretching!

Welcome back. Until next week! Etc… 🍻

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