Whatever that means
If find it’s best to eat lunch and then go for lunch. That way you don’t have to waste your lunch hour eating lunch, although it does have the risk of filling your keyboard with breadcrumbs and today cheese crumbs seeing as Tesco decided to provide grated cheese instead of cheese slices. But it was OK. The cheese had all fallen out of the sandwich into the bag. That could have been the most exciting part of the day!
Instead, the most exciting part was being largely ignored in Avalanche as I purchased new music (Conquering Animal Sound and Admiral Fallow, since you ask) and buying Wrap magazine (all about “celebrating illustration, design and creative culture (ooh, get him!) which I’m hoping will be helpful when school starts back next week). That and amusing myself poking around numbers that I probably needn’t be concerning myself with but coming up with some interesting ones of which 0.92 might be useful in future.
And then home against the wind. And now there’s cake to be eaten.
The big question was what to do with that flat grey sky: fill it with tree or with castle.