Well this is week 10, and well. Some weeks have gone better.
Not wanting to preempt the adulting fail, but taking the correct inhalers before spending 2 minutes on the trampoline is but one thing I should have learnt before today.
One day, I might write a book. If I do, it’ll be called something like “Its ok kids, adults dont have a clue either”. Here are two reasons why.
It started with a smoke alarm going off. At 4 in the flippin morning. The good news is there was no fire.
The frustrating thing was that a cursory consultation with Facebook, suggested that the reason behind our early morning wake up was simply a battery issue. The smoke alarm in question having a built in battery, so obviously we brought a new one from Amazon.
Lesson here. Don’t forget that smoke alarms have different sizes, so one smoke alarm, may not fit where an old was… I obviously knew to check that…. honest…
Second reason. Imagine the situation, You have a gazebo in your garden. There’s a storm coming. You leave the gazebo up. the gazebo is fine, and doesn’t fly away. Win. Obviously realising that was plain flipping luck, and not leaving it up for a second stormy night in a row would be sensible right?
The Philosopher of The Week / Work From Home Lesson
Not saying anything about my work place, after all, thats the spare room*, but this found my way onto my desk this week…
Still annoyed at The Government?
I’ve started watching The Muppets on Disney+ recently.
Could we at least replace Cummings with Kermit? Or even Scooter? Theres enough muppets in government would we even notice?
Quote of the week.
Me: “Alexa play me a podcast”
Alexa: “I’m still learning to find recommendations but you can ask for a podcast by name.”
Me: “Ok… Alexa, Play me the mid faith crisis podcast.”
Alexa: “I’m still learning to find recommendations but you can ask for podcast by name”
Me: “mid faith crisis”
Alexa: I’m not sure how to help you with that”
Next week. Well, we’re on holiday for a week. But considering the amount of people who are saying they’re not going on holiday, but going on a “stay-cation”… within the flipping UK, I’m not sure what to call a holiday when, you know… we’re staying at home.