365 consecutive days of Esperanto on Duolingo. 👍
@sumudu You, too. Things are looking up here, though we’re all still really restricted in what we can do. It’s rotten if you’re on your own. Had a message from my brother the other day, telling me he wanted to come & visit when he’s allowed to (mid-May). I’ve not seen him since last summer and he’s been working from home with both his children home schooling until very recently. Think he’s about at the end of his tether!
@sumudu I’m here. Been a bit off a lot of social media of late - even Instagram. I don’t think there’s a particular reason for it, other than, thanks to lockdown, life isn’t very exciting so I don’t have much to say. Slept, walked dog, painted/made things from leather, played piano, read. Day after day. All the same. Sometimes I actually have to look up what day of the week it is.
@streakmachine I try to avoid all but the most basic news updates, for the good of my blood pressure. Journalism is atrocious nowadays.
@matigo I know! Scary isn’t it. She’s certainly made all the isolation & lockdowns here bearable (just), although I’m sure I don’t get anything like as much done during the day, thanks to walkies, playing ball, playing tug, acting as a dog cushion etc. But hey. I love it when she climbs up onto me after a walk and settles in for a nap.
18 months old today. How time flies and every day she makes me laugh, makes me feel safer, braver and loved.
@matigo In The Pale Moonlight, It’s Only A Paper Moon, and most of the ones involving Section 31. Oh and Little Green Men because it made me chuckle.
I gave up on DS9 in about the second season when it first came out, so I’m pleased I finally got it watched. Better than I remember.
Voyager is a re-watch for me.
Huh so there’s a new version of Carrot weather out - with a much higher subscription (fortunately a legacy one applies). Not sure I like it…
Finally seen all of DS9. Now on to a re-watch of Voyager.
@matigo 😂 And why ask a question that is ridiculously easy to find the answer to.