What was meant to be a day of rest ended up being a lot of housework. Good to have it done though.
All told, we started a bit before noon and finshed up closer to 7:30 PM I want to say. A really, really long day. I think for the other rooms, we may want to split this work up over multiple days, just so we don’t have to marathon it again.
She’s working for the first time with wood epoxy, wood hardener, and doing a lot of custom work to give a lot of time and attention to this very neglected door. I don’t know how old it is, but I’m sure it’s up there.
A small display of stuffed animals and Hulk gloves. I like to imagine the car and the stuffed animals all belong to the same person.
Before one of our morning walks, I called in to Liz to hurry to the back door. Here’s her, looking hard to see what all the fuss was about. It took her a bit to see it, and it might take you a bit as well.
The bunnies were overdue to get their nails trimmed. Usually Liz does the holding and the trimming, while I help distract the bunnies and get their feet/nails clear. This time though, I ended up holding the bunnies, giving Liz a bit more freedom to work.
Lately, the videos I do are pretty quick – a few seconds here and there, maybe 30 seconds at the most. So it felt like a fun opportunity to take a longer video, and just watch Phineas and Daisy do their thing.
Liz, continuing to put in the time, working in the basement and prepping yet another transom.
Liz and I spent a lot of the day talking about the house, trying to plan out what we want to get done this year. In a lot of ways, working from home makes things both easier and more difficult, at the same time.
Going down a path in the Nichols Park Wildflower Meadow.
Over the past month, the number of confirmed cases there [Arizona] has grown nearly fourfold; the number of people hospitalized has more than doubled. On Tuesday, the state reported more than 3,500 new cases in one day. That’s equal to 494 new cases for every 1 million residents, a figure that rivals New York State’s numbers in March and April.
In my one-on-one with my boss Ryan, I had an interesting revelation. We talked a bit about working more hours, and how people seem to be logging in more time with work (now that everyone is working from home). I mentioned having a hard time pulling away, and having a propensity to work longer days. And as we discussed this,…
Liz is closest, and has a spray bottle to deter Daisy. But if she’s in a meeting, she’s unable to get up and deal with the “Daisy situation.” And in these times, she’ll text me to deal with it (sometimes I hear it happening, sometimes I don’t).
For a while there, I started to see the kernal_task CPU usage hit something stupid like 600%+, which I’m not sure how that even works. Everything got slow and laggy, to the point where I was contemplating a fresh install from a Time Machine backup (still not out of the question).
Even now, the key changes in this song are (to me) incredibly complex. There’s a great deal of satisfaction hearing the shifts, up and down, and I wish I had better words to describe what’s happening with the notes in the song.