Approaching the greatest building in the world…

Check out this great piece of writing on writing by Dr. Kate Bowles on her site Music for Deckchairs. I’m sure that Microbloggers will find it relatable, as we’re all here because we enjoy writing and perhaps find that other online spaces and workplaces can restrict it. 📝

These two flew next to the door where we normally put their wooden play equipment and patiently waited for us to put it there. It was most cute.

Clearly I talk about Apple, podcasts and Apple podcasts too much: Natasha came home with this for me, saying that she was keen to teach her students paper-weaving and decided to do her own Snell-inspired Six Colors design. It is now proudly displayed on the fridge.

Since interacting with people on Micro.blog, I feel like my view has broadened, as I’ve seen posts from genuine people who hold different views and interests. It’s about seeing the whole tree… Rumination 51: Fabricating/Inventing on Lounge Ruminator

Here’s my oldest friend, Evan, killing it on keyboard with local band The Tornadoes. You’ll notice that he’s the youngest by several decades. They’re lucky to have him. 🎵

Photo challenge by @macgenie (day four): family is without a doubt the most important thing in my life. Here’s one of my favourite photos of my Baba Penka and Dedo Petar from a few years ago, before he passed away. He would never say no to a classic box of Napolitanke wafers.