So, what did I do this week – apart from editing PowerPoints, creating projects, and working on next school year in general? Well, I . . .
Attended the North Carolina Symphony:
Sadly, they skipped Sibelius’ Valse Triste, Op. 44.
Which made me sad.
My wife says angry.
I say sad.
Enjoyed reading in the hammock by the water at my in-laws:
Treated myself to a few inexpensive indulgences:
I got my donut on National Donut Day; did you?
Assuming, of course, that you live in a country where it’s observed.
I know the United States and Australia do,
does anyone else?
That calzone cost less than $5
The ingredients are bought fresh and the dough is made in-house.
Add a sweet tea, and there’s lunch for under $6
So much better than fast food!
Practiced my night photography:
Right after I photographed the spider, a small insect flew into the net. I tried taking a picture of the spider as it attacked its prey, but it didn’t turn out at all. If I hadn’t seen it happening, I wouldn’t know what I was looking at.
I actually took one more night shot, but I’m holding off on sharing it; it may show up for the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Vivid.
What did you do this week?
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