After school today, my wife read yesterday’s blog post to my girls (replacing their names, to reduce their confusion). They were apparently quite entertained, but immediately demanded to know what I’d written about today. So[…]
I’d like to end this year not suffering from plantar fascitis. I suppose that would get me back to April of 2017 by December of 2018, which is some sort of progress. Here’s what I[…]
Step 1: get juggling balls for Christmas. (These aren’t balls per se, rather, squishy vaguely-spherical objects that won’t roll away when you invariably drop them.) Step 2: practice throwing one ball up to eye height[…]
My first resolution of this year was to read more than I did in 2017. I’m going to try for 52 books this year.
I don’t think I remembered to check my resolutions last year, so it’s a slight mystery as to how many I achieved and how many I missed – I haven’t had a great success rate[…]
I learned to swim ten or fifteen times during my childhood – and forgot how to swim that many times as well. Looking back, I realise that trying to persuade a delicate child that it[…]
Usually I check on my resolutions on the 31st of December and then write my new ones on the first of January, but with the last couple of days being so busy, I figured I’d[…]