Gettin handy

We've started the year on a good foot by tackling a bunch of longstanding projects that accumulated like kipple in the unattended corners of our todo lists. Small stuff that doesn't take much time at all, but takes significant energy to like get up and actually do—things like:

This last has vexed me a little bit: it turns out there are a lot of wires that go into the back of an instrument cluster, and I'm thinking that I need a bit of YouTube tutelage and a lot of masking tape to label wires before I can attack the cluster with confidence.

Also: would you look at this terrific crockery set from 1976 that we picked up at auction for £20? Sam's grandma had had the tea & coffee jars in her attic, so when the rest of the set came up we knew we had to have it. I don't think it's anything objectively special, but it sure is nice to look at.



Wittgenstein's Mistress

Previous Year in Music

2022 was the first year in a while that I've scrobbled all my music to, and the picture it paints is a lot clearer than Spotify's vibe-heavy Wrapped.