Last week was a stressful week. No time or energy to blog.
What else is new?
With perseverance, though, the crisis was averted. Still working 7 days per week, unfortunately. Time still is at a premium, but I thought I would share some pictures from the last few weeks.
And you know what happens when people don’t social distance….
Continuing through the outside world…
I did, however, see this inside on my TV one night and thought for a moment that it was Mr. RA from his Guy days.
It was actually another prominent nose owner, Ricardo Muti, conducting the Vienna Philharmonic in a New Year’s Eve concert. This visual was part of a fascinating documentary, Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, about the life of the beautiful actress, who was also co-inventor of the precursor to our modern WiFi encryption.
Here’s something else I saw inside — my dog finding a patch of sun at the top of the stairs.
I did the same in a patch of sun in my home office, but the picture did not turn out quite as well. Selfie fail. Lol.
But my hair looks pretty good. Luckily I got my dad’s hair… almost no grey to speak of.
Speaking of my home office, I have moved my work space into my younger son’s old bedroom. I had to keep explaining the gaming posters on the wall during Zoom meetings. I rather like this one, though.
In any case, I’ve taken them down and spent time cleaning the walls (might have taken less time to paint) and moving my furniture in, with a nice clean office environment as the result. I ordered a clear whiteboard for the wall, but I kind of don’t want to write on it.
I was hoping to find one of the following in my home, but no such luck. Yes, I seem to have a thing for the bearded guys.
So, instead, what did I get today?
I got “60”, and I’m thinking of returning it.
ETA: Just to be clear, there are no bakers in my house. That is a great cake, but it is not mine. Caption shows the source. My work colleagues, though, did send me a cake… we ate half of it after dinner, so only showing half. Also showing the large bouquet of flowers and a fruit bouquet from work, as well as a dozen roses from my husband. It was a nice celebration, even if the idea of 60 leaves me nonplussed.