Robert (gurdonark) wrote,

Starting On My Way to Olondria

Yesterday I finished the travel sketch book "Not Quite Lost" by Roz Morris. I enjoyed that book very much. The author shares my love for out-of-the-way places. Yesterday I began a new novel, Sofia Samatar's "A Stranger in Olondria.".

This morning I woke up early and solved chess puzzles on My early results today were poor. Then I went on a winning streak. I finished with my puzzle rating at 1833.

I am playing another 3-day-time-control game, in which what started as my Stonewall Attack transposed into something a bit odder. We'll see how that goes.

Work remains busy.  I spoke with a lawyer at a another company who is switching jobs. I am happy for him and wish him well.  It is a little life-affirming that careers progress for some folks in this time of virus crisis.

Work remains very busy right now. I still hope to take a nice walk or three on Saturday.

Beatrice is in fine fettle. She remains a very good dog.

Right now the Johnny Depp libel trial against the Sun newspaper in the UK interests me. I think the merits of the case are something better addressed when all the evidence is in.  I tried to find some pithy sentence to say about the trial so far, but my pith is on pause.

from Dreamwidth, because two posts of the same text are twice as nice

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