I don’t know if the behavior I’m exhibiting is common for those new to crypto, or if it’s common/understandable. My main concern is that I’m somehow developing bad habits, and should try more actively to reduce how often I “check in” on prices.
paint.wtf is a website where an AI judges how well you draw, based on ridiculous prompts. Think you’ve got what it takes? Maybe you can draw a giant otter in the mountains, or a pigeon that pulls a big piece of paper on wheels.
“New to multi-pitch climbing, she needs to come to terms with the concept of the jumps. She falls four times in just one pitch, but it’s exactly as route-setters Simon Margon and Katja Vidmar have planned, putting challenging jumps in early on the course to get the pair accustomed to them.”
The birdbath snowcake, whose base is almost entirely covered. This cake is jsut about 100% icing, folks.
Liz, moments after saying “Come over here for a second.” And then failing to pull me into the snowbank.
Knitting is what she reaches for, to help unwind and relax after a day full of work and meetings and even more meetings. When I glanced over, I saw this.
While standing around, I spotted this note on the wall. For a moment, it felt nice imagining what it might be like standing here in the Spring. With no snow. And no cold.
Probably still masks though. Maybe that’s a dream for next year.
For the most part, Liz tends to win our games. I get a few here and there. And we’ve upped things to where we play to a certain number of points. But for the most part, she usually wins.
On the way back, we passed by an office where I noticed some writing on the windows. The fact that the blinds were drawn made them stand out a bit more. They looked like chemical formulas/notations.
We do our ordering through Instacart, and I got a notification that what I picked wasn’t available. And would I be ok with a substitute. At a glance, the substitution was really similar and I thought it was just that the breading was different. When the groceries arrived… I saw this.
I love that to me, it looks like a snow cottage that one might take respite in, before going out and hitting the slopes. I imagine a small counter where you can get a bit of hot chocolate, before you grab a seat by the fireplace.
Since Liz started an Invisiline treatment some months back, she’s been needing to drink things through a straw. She’ll still drink from a glass normally, but this involves taking her aligners/trays out first. Rather than do that, she’ll use a straw.
While I was working on winterizing the first floor a bit more, Liz was down in the basement reviving a cedar chest she had purchased via Facebook.
The overall tone is pretty campy and over the top. When logging into your computer for the first time, you’re given this identity challenge to identify yourself. You can probably get a bit of the flavor from this screen alone.