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Printed A Couple Photos - Jun 21, 2022

Today we got a couple of our pictures (street photography) printed and put in frames. They look so cool there!

We hope to print more in the future, so we can keep rotating them from time to time.

Finished A Book, Starting A Book - Jun 6, 2022

Finished reading Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz, something I picked up on a whim while browsing at Indigo.

Now starting A Rip Through Time by Kelley
Armstrong, which I decided to preorder because it's a time travel mystery described as Outlander meets The Alienist

Quote: Anatomy, A Love Story - May 27, 2022

Do not play games with your future. It permits the possibility of losing.

Anatomy: A Love Story by Dana Schwartz

Quote: Shortcuts And Learning - May 27, 2022

These days people want to improve overnight, so when they hear they have to dedicate a year before achieving results, they get scared.
Little do they know: if they practice without technique, they will get further and further away from achieving good results. By the time they reach old age, they have failed to learn anything.
If you use proper technique to practice, you can actually count the days that it takes to improve. After a year you will have reached a high level of shooting.
How is this not a shortcut?
— Gao Ying, in The Way of Archery [1637], as translated by Justin Ma & Jie Tian

From: ButWhatFor? Four for Friday | No. 038

Reading One Piece: Finished Skypiea Arc - Apr 25, 2022

Today I finished reading One Piece’s Skypiea arc, getting to chapter 302! I had stopped last week at around 240, so that means 60 chapters in a day. Pretty good!

I enjoyed this arc. It got me really curious about what’s going to happen next, and to know more about the world’s mysteries.

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