Well, eleven and a bit, if we’re being picky. This is a lovely piece from the Open University which does what it says on the tin: delivers a high-speed history of the English language, complete with jokes:
It’s been a bit dull and grey today, so the motivation to go anywhere with a camera was somewhat lacking. So I went to the Metrocentre, looked at a few things, but totally failed to come home with anything more interesting than a work shirt.
Today’s photo is evidence that the Durham dancing lion thingy likes donuts.
Yesterday’s scale misbehaviour seems to have been caused by me moving it slightly when I was rearranging some boxes. This caused it to be less level than usual, which results in odd readings, or so it seems. Back to a more believable figure today, yay.
In contrast to yesterday’s untouched image, this one has been given a good seeing to in an attempt to create the image I had in my head rather than what was in front of my eyes. It’s a view of the Cloisters in Durham Cathedral. Not being inside the main building, it’s an area where photography is allowed…
No weight report today because the scale was definitely playing up. Its reading suggested that I’d gained a little over ten pounds since yesterday, which is a wee bit unlikely, all things considered. And investigation will follow…
Here’s another photo of Durham Cathedral – this is in Fujifilm’s Classic Chrome film simulation, and apart from a slight crop, it’s unedited.