Beautiful day at the beach in Westkapelle, Netherlands
I just almost died. I wanted to carry up our old washing machine from the basement by myself, put it in front of the front door. In the middle of the marble stairs is a bend. At this point the washing machine got wedged, could only fall down in my direction. Water ran out, I had hardly any grip. Nothing worked anymore, otherwise I would have fallen down together with the machine.
So I yelled in the direction of my iPhone for Siri to call my dad, who lives two blocks away. Long story short, Siri understood me, but refused because I couldn’t authenticate myself. So Siri would have rather let me die than make that call for me. I made it very clear how urgent the situation was.
By the way, the only reason I’m still able to write is because in a last-ditch acrobatic stunt I managed to get a dog leash, which I used pretty creatively to strap the washing machine in place and then go to my phone.
Fuck you, Siri. You’re so bad at many things, but I can’t get over this one.
It’s been a while. The last few days I've been working hard to get a very large project off the ground.
It‘s Monday again, I guess…
Walking with my daughter and our doggie.
Just another home office day.
Canoeing on the beautiful waters of Leipzig
Getting four well deserved days of vacation
Let’s just finish the week or something…
Doing some mock-ups in the office. Fingers crossed that the client will like them.
The hollow face of a workaholic
Not having the best time one week before the deadline of the huge project I‘m working on right now.
Sunday walk with the doggie.
Gas station shopping on the holiday.
Okay, in the morning at the beginning of my workday in my home office.
Now that I can post to my site via app, I‘m thinking about doing a daily selfie thing myself, like dailybooth used to. Maybe I‘ll use the hashtag #dailfie 🙂
I still suffer from covid, feels like torture! And because that’s not enough, the entire region had a complete electricity blackout for more than 2 hours and no internet for 5hrs.