Week 52: One innie
Happy New Year! This also marks a full year of writing weeknotes. Part of me feels this would be a good time to hang up my metaphorical pen, a year feels like a good block of time. The other part of me is quite enjoying sitting down and trying to write something coherent on a regular cadence. So the weeknotes will continue until moral improves.
This week I’ve been getting increasingly jealous of photos of people in snow. One of the real downsides of living in Zone 2 is the lack of snow. I’m not planning on moving out of London, if this pandemic has made me realise anything it’s how much I love living in London, but it would be nice to wake up to a proper blanket of snow covering everything.
This week we did a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle. They’ve become a bit of a Christmas tradition that started a couple of years ago when we listened to Michelle Obama’s Becoming while completing a puzzle. I love the almost mindful state you can get in while hunting around for a bit with one innie and three outie edges, one that’s got some grey on it the other two are blue.
I really enjoyed watching The Forty-Year-Old Version on Netflix this week. Watching a modern black and white film was really confusing for my little head, but it fitted the style of movie pretty well. Though why she didn’t take my advice I was shouting at the TV I’ll never know.