It’s been two weeks since I posted a WILLW update, which means I missed a week. I had COVID (again). And shingles (?!). Both were boring and sucked and there isn’t much else to say about it except that we’re all on the mend and it’s good to get my annual fall illness behind me.
Now on to the weekly selection of what I was reading, drawing, writing, and doing.
I learned about equinoxes, seasons, and why daylight is shrinking so rapidly. Super interesting, I love space stuff.
I started a new set of amplify and reduce goals for October.
Sam and I are getting ready for our first grading in Taekwondo at the end of the month and have started studying.
I’m working on switching themes on the site and am dropping a little WordPress knowledge as I go for those that have an interest.
Here are some other things that caught my attention over the last couple weeks:
- Why shaving dulls even the sharpest of razors – I know you’ve been wondering about this, admit it.
- Brandon Sanderson Built an Underground Lair in Suburban Utah – kind of crazy but not the worst way to use some disposable income I guess.
- Little Rules About Big Things – a great list of thought-provoking ideas/rules:
- Cool video that was done (from what I understand in reading about it) in just a couple of continuous shots with drones:
- Stone Skipping Is a Lost Art. Kurt Steiner Wants the World to Find It. – check this out. “Perhaps the greatest stone skimmer is Scotland’s own Dougie Isaacs, who has won eight world titles and holds the Guinness World Record for the longest skim: 399 feet.”
Last but not least, check out what I’m up to now.