Progress on all fronts

Purple catkin

This is a cottonwood catkin lying across a root. I thought the purple color was remarkable, particularly how it stains the root a little around where the catkin fell. These days, I'd probably take this picture closer, but I like the sense of context it has.

One of the things that's making me the most happy about the past three days after the conference and company is that I'm accomplishing things on a wide variety of fronts. I didn't just get the house cleaned up, or some surprise high-priority work done, or a few work projects pushed forward, or some background cleanup and conversion done. I did all of that at the same time, and it felt relatively effortless and natural. This is rare, and I suspect it won't stay as good as it is now (and I'll have to avoid the natural letdown when I lose the momentum), but while it lasts it's a great feeling.

I'm trying to watch what I'm doing so that I can copy those actions when I'm not feeling the same degree of momentum and try to recreate it through putting myself in the right mental state.

I've converted the wallet repository to Git, so you can now view it on git.eyrie.org. I probably won't have time to do a new release before I go on vacation, but I'm hoping to get at least one and possibly two releases out this summer. It's been far too long since I've been able to put work into it, and there are a ton of things I want to do.

Posted: 2009-06-09 23:58 — Why no comments?

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