The movers come in less than two weeks and I think I'm opting myself into the do-most-of-the-clearing-out-while-unpacking mode this time. I mean, I'm trying to avoid it. But only sort of.
This morning, in an effort that could maybe be categorized as working towards putting virtual life in order before the main computer gets packed up, I made some small changes to the look of Cross It Off!
Not an improvement, you say? What?!
Yeah, it won't actually ship looking like that. I put it here only so you can have a good laugh with me over how much I don't understand Bezier curves. It's so hilarious to type out a bunch of math and point-plotting and then finally hit "Run" and see something that mangled appear on the screen. Ha ha!
Luckily, I've found a simpler way to do it. Hoping to submit binary tonight.
In the meantime, a new book has arrived in the mail:
I am dying to read it cover to cover (more too bad for organizing before the move!) and I hope some of you might be reading it, too? Can we discuss it? In person or in the comments or in email? I'm looking forward to having myself explained to me. And then taking issue with the whole thing. Or something. ;)
The book is Homeward Bound: Why Women are Embracing the New Domesticity, by Emily Matchar and everything I read about it says it's going to be a fascinating read.