Bob’s been working in the basement, getting a lot of our electrical updated. We’ve had lights installed in the far West corner of the basement for some time, but they’ve just been hanging out, without power.
We were working on all floors, today. I was upstairs in the guest room, removing the remaiing lath from the ceiling. Liz was on the first floor, cleaning up more of all her hardware. And Bob was in the basement, wiring up more of our lights.
The odd thing for me: I didn’t really know who Mason was. But on hearing the impressions and the sound of his voice, immediately recognized it at someone who had been in films.
While I’ve caught myself in the past, today is a new personal best. I brewed up a pot of coffee, that ended up actually being a pot of hot water.
In trying to imagine moving my project into a physical container (box), the Arduino Uno itself is a bit bulky. I’ve been trying to figure out how to shrink the footprint down more, and ultimately decided to switch things over to an Arduino Nano (technically a Nano Every).
I haven’t affixed the lid yet to the top of the box, and wanted to see how things fared in the spaces I made. So I decided to hook up the display and buttons.
As part of my Arduino project, I plan on enclosing it within a box. I’m somewhat at a stage now where I actually need the box, so I was working on that a bit tonight. Got a few basic pieces of wood from Home Depot to experiment with.
Yesterday, I started the day off by driving out to Skokie to get some bunny meds for Phineas. The meds came in this great little plastic bag.
Came back to the house, suited up, and got to work up on the second floor. My main goal: demo the ceiling in the guest room, and clear out some of the old electrical that’s still up in the attic.
Went down to the basement, and saw Liz and pulled out all (and I mean all the house hardware she’s hunted down and located, over the years). She was doing an inventory of everything, and figuring out what to keep, what to clean, etc.
“I ain’t no Butch Cassidy or Sundance Kid
But I stole your heart with just one kiss
You were there by my side when the only reward
Was riding shotgun in that Honda Accord”
I’m not well versed in dance, but I really enjoy these combinations of motion and the exploration of physical spaces. I’m also quite taken at how stories/narratives emerge, between the dancers, as the piece continues onward.
I love fun Star Trek videos, particularly the ones where repetition plays a key role. Here’s a supercut of every time McCoy reports that someone’s dead.
Bob was over today, helping us improve the electrical situation in the basement. While we’ve had the basement lights working in a temporary manner, we’re slowly getting them wired up more officially.
I wasn’t quite expecting the maze-like interior, but we got taken downstairs and to some far back room. Because there were eight of us, we got seated in a room off the main area… and though some other folks sat at the nearby tables, it felt like we had the whole place to ourselves.