I'm translating the lyrics of a Swedish song I like, using my dictionary and phrase book. So far I have a good jist of the song, but there are sentences I know I have translated too literally so they don't yet make proper sense.
Started a jigsaw of a scene from the Tapisserie de Bayeux ( Le Duc Guillaume traverse la Mer sur un Grand Vaisseau). There seem to be a lot of pieces of sky and twigs and I've spotted the top of a bottle of cognac and a copy of Country Life - unless William packed a picnic for the trip, I'd say the wrong puzzle is in the wrong box (charity shop but sealed). If I finish it and it was worth the effort, I may post it.
I was texting back and forth with colleagues about my shift pattern change. One wants to swap to lates so I told him to get in there and make the boss give him my late shifts. Otherwise they'll be spread around everyone and he'll miss out.
Used to follow my family's progress to various parts of the world on Flightradar. I could run Escet up to Liverpool airport, rush home, start up the Fightradar, see his plane take off on it and track him all the way to Geneva. Sometimes he'd fly over my house!
It's a wonderful tool. With the devastating bushfires here in Australia and my hometown affected directly, many (including myself) used it to track and watch the water bombing aircraft and helicopters as they battled the approaching fire fronts from the air.
Am currently hiding from the mother in law **stop** father in law doing something noisy in our loft **stop** mother in law has started crying because she's heard a Leona Lewis song on alexa **stop** send provisions **stop**