Jay Lake (jaylake) wrote,
Jay Lake
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[personal] In which your humble narrator had a very busy day

Yesterday I:
  • Woke up quite early

  • Biked for 30 minutes

  • Breakfasted

  • Wrote for 90 minutes, producing 2,500 words on Sunspin

  • Went walking for an hour with a friend

  • Went walking for another hour with a different friend

  • Made pickles with the second friend

  • Answered some email

  • Spent four hours with my family cooking and then eating momos with the help of the_child

  • Wrote for another 75 minutes, producing 300 more words plus doing a bunch of editing

  • Watched an episode of Babylon 5

  • Answered some more email

  • Read part of the archives of the Web comic Least I Could Do

  • Went to sleep early because I was dog tired

Saturday was busier. What did you do yesterday?

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