The First 40 of 2021

Doing everything I can to keep the plants alive, except the algae.

Zooper Dooper wrappers litter the house reminiscent of the Somme, 1916.

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Tropical rain dumped a summer's worth of water through my gutters. I hit a three pointer tonight, my first since the world's last birthday, and not something I take for granted.

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As I travel through time on my flights from Portland back to Adelaide I reflect on my top ten highlights of the Pacific Northwest.

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Winter is over! As well as another three months of me making a video every day.

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I listened to a podcast about the aspirational class late last week, and sure enough this morning I found myself visiting a local farmer's market in order to spend more on what can be bought for less. Perhaps experiencing trays of local fruit and vegetables, along with enticing treats and organic coffee would make more vibrant the grey days of working at home, alone with my computer and a Nestle brand coffee machine and Coles brand corn kernels.


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