This week went quick. Phew. I closed it out by clearing a bunch of hanging-over-my-head tasks. Friday afternoon felt good and I have a nice handle on how I’d like Monday to go. We’ll see what happens. ✑ We launched the new SAFMC site on Thursday. It’s our second fishery management council—the first was PFMC—and… Continue reading A weekly note
A beautiful day today. We were able to open the windows and doors early and enjoy the breeze through the house. We of course waited to walk until clouds were looming near. A light sprinkle waited until we had a few blocks left before turning into rain. And the thunder waited until we were almost… Continue reading A weekly note
Michelle has been watching Olive Kitteridge this week. I haven’t read the book, but I did read another of Elizabeth Stout’s back in 2018. I reread that year’s books recap post and was reminded of Hernan Díaz’s In the Distance. I enjoyed the western setting, the larger than life Swedish traveler, Håkan, and how well… Continue reading A weekly note
More foods for A, hawks, trees, Nicolas Cage, vacuums, we bought a house, and Ogden Nash does children’s poetry.
This is all subject to change of course—it seems to frequently—but I’m going to try for Sunday as my weekly note day. A good handful of others seem to publish theirs on Sunday and seeing them all pop in through the day in my feed reader is pleasant. There’s a nice feeling associated with a… Continue reading A weekly note