My new Garmin Fenix is seriously challenging my Apple Watch. I like it very much and it might end staying permanently on my left arm for the time being. (This post was written with Day One, and then exported to WordPress app on iPhone. I’m testing things out…)
Today I got my first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. What a day! It feels like we have been stuck in this deadlock since forever but in reality, we were able, as human specie, to pull off a vaccine against an unknown disease in a year, and then we organized the distribution. I just wishContinue reading “One down”
A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyse a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cookContinue reading “The path to become a competent man”
Today we went kayaking through the Laguna di Marano. The weather was perfect, not too hot, not too chilly. It was sunny but not scorching. We paddled for almost 7 kilometers and we did a little bit of bird watching. I had never been kayaking until a couple years ago when we went for aContinue reading “Kayaking”
Today I completed a bunch of small tasks I was procrastinating for a long time. It was just enough to get started with one, that all the others followed suit.
Today WordPress turns eighteen. It has been such a big part of my life, that I cannot even find enough words to express the gratitude toward this community. What a journey!
For the last few weeks we have been knocking down a couple of episodes of “The Wire” every night, before going to sleep. There are shows that work so well even after more than a decade, and others that don’t age well. I’d watch Parks and Rec every day, and The Office too. Game ofContinue reading “The Wire”
Being stuck in the car, in a parking lot, under the pouring rain, it can be frustrating. But not today. Today, being out there, was lovely.
The other night we watched Eurovision 2021 on TV. It felt good watching many different countries sharing a stage and spreading messages of peace and togetherness. When I was a child there was a show called “Jeux Sans Frontières” and I remember watching it with my parents. Eurovision 2021 gave me the same feeling ofContinue reading “Eurovision”
This morning we got up late but we quickly packed and left the house. We drove an hour north to eat a famous rotisserie chicken and so we did. The day was gloomy, which ensured us a quiet spot on the empty patio of the restaurant. I know chicken is not exactly the most excitingContinue reading “Saturday out”