Quick Update

Incredibles, aspirin, sleep…

Camps Bay
  • Week of 25 June to 1 July.
  • School holiday week with Mia.
  • Monday, woke up in Bakoven, Sea Point visit, office, Mia and I took Romeo for a walk on Beta Beach, we watched Zootopia again – I was a bit sick and had a fever.
  • I’ve been on a diet of aspirin, water, vitamin C and sleep.
  • Tuesday, still sick and fragile, slept most of the morning, light lunch with Mia, took Romeo for a walk on Camps Bay beach with Mia and Nick, watched a bit of Netflix – Limitless series, not bad.
  • “All things being equal, people will do business with a friend; all things being unequal, people will still do business with a friend.” — Mark McCormack

  • Wednesday, drove to Newlands, watched The Incredibles 2 at Cavendish with Mia – nice, but not as good as the first one, late fish and veg lunch at Mariners Wharf in Hout Bay, meeting at home.
  • Yes, Slack is lame, stop using it.
  • Thursday, tea and fruit salad with Mia, we took Romeo to explore Llundudno beach, work, cooked some veggies for supper, attempted to watch the Netflix Star Trek series – but it was super lame and Telkom internet was not making it any easier.
  • Holy shit, Openserve fibre with Telkom internet is bad. Grinds to a halt from around 18:00. I knew it was not great, but this is special. Impressive how they can screw it up so badly.
  • Bad iOS design: Portrait camera mode is between Photo and Square.
  • Friday, rainy day, breakfast at Tashas with Mia, we had Mia’s eyes tested, dentist check up – clean and polish, Gardens Centre, catch up with Diabi, dinner with Jacques and Marietjie – I cooked two roast chickens, we played some Pictionary.
  • Saturday, rainy day, brunch at Mantra Cafe in Camps Bay, chilled afternoon, hardware shopping, steak dinner at Hussar Camps Bay with Jacques and Marietjie, a Jamey with Jacques.
  • Sunday, stormy weather, chilled day at home, ribs at Da Vinci’s with Mia, Moro gelato, we watched Top Gun, watched Blades of Glory, time well spent.
  • “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” — George Bernard Shaw

  • Tune of the week: Here Comes my Baby – Cat Stevens

Have a fun week, crazy kids.