It was very much a salad sort of week. I finished the last of the kale and the spring lettuce from the community-supported agriculture box, discovering along the way that I’m not particular about the kind of oil I use for salad dressing: regular olive oil, fancy-schmancy fruity olive oil, or expensive walnut oil. So run-of-the-mill olive oil it is. I do like tossing nuts into my salad, and the hard-boiled eggs I’ve been keeping in the fridge have been convenient too.
W-‘s new Lenovo X220 arrived, so we’ve both been busy drawing on our tablets. Getting the hang of drawing cubes. =) Baby steps!
Starting a Drupal project at work. It’s great to be back in the world of a gazillion community-contributed modules, although I miss the interactivity of
rails console. (
drush shell is helpful, but not quite as awesome as that!) Getting back up to speed.
I hope my manager can keep my engagements sane. More demand than supply. It’s a good problem to have, but it’s still pretty crazy. Fortunately, he can sort all of those things out while I focus on code.
Next week: the start of the summer CSA share, more gardening, more writing, more development, more awesomeness… =)
[X]Get started on project M
[X]Help J- with homework
[X]Make cute cat soap holder
[X]Fix this calendar bug: what can I do to make it easier to remember events and tasks?
[X]Draw a presentation-style thing for myself =) – practising drawing cubes, not presentations, but close enough
[ ]Get priorities and development responsibilities sorted out for project M
[ ]Continue working on development for project M
[ ]Bike to work to discuss project M with the information architect
[X]Watch “Thor” with Maira and Scott
[X]Prepare some meals in advance
[X]Review short-term plans
[ ]Prepare lots of salad
[ ]Pick up summer share CSA box
[ ]Make a list of summer meals
[X]Go on group bike ride (High Park to Port Credit)
[ ]Write about scenarios/planning