100/100. To elaborate:
I did my VRT exercises every day last week, and supplemented with some walking two of the days. Boy it was cold this last week, so I didn’t walk more. I found I was even able to do the exercises in my cube at work during my 3 midnight shifts; that was great!
I practiced a bunch of Midnight Oil songs this week: River Runs Red, Lucky Country, Whoah, Arctic World, Sometimes, Bedlam Bridge, Bushfire. I also practiced with KK and SK during the week, and played at church Sunday a.m.
The scope of my “sort/fix” time was expanded a bit this week. On Monday I assembled Carla’s 5th six foot bookshelf for the school room. On Tuesday (the crazy icy road day) I rescued Carla *twice*. The first time, the van was stuck at the bottom of a valley on Boundary Drive. The second time was about 15 minutes later, with a wheel off in the ditch on Boundary Drive. On Wednesday I disassembled the nearly-working $15 digital camera I bought at Salvation Army. On Thursday, I failed to get it together again. On Friday I fixed the vacuum. Somehow, it had a giant 1.5″ bead stuck in it, and could only vacuum when you were lucky and the hole in the bead was facing the right way. On Saturday I sorted and tested all the other stuff I bought at Salvation Army and Value Village on my shopping date with Richard and Tim, on Tim’s birthday. I got a bunch of good stuff, including two Fighting Fantasy books I didn’t have, and a bunch of Atari 2600 cartridges, including River Raid II and Ocean City Defender; I didn’t have either of those either. On Sunday I cleaned up my computer storage closet which was still quite messy from my attempts at fixing my Atari ST keyboard and converting a Commodore 128 power supply into a C-64 power supply a few weeks ago. Whew.
I played Mario Galaxy with the kids every day. Just today we got the 120th star, so I guess we’ve nearly beat the second part of the game. Good stuff!
With reading, I finished up the book of Job, and got back into Genesis, reading chapters 12-29. I’ve also been reading through On The Edge, and it’s very enjoyable. At the pace I’ve been going I think it’s going to take me a couple more weeks to read; it’s a big book!
The monitor on my desktop computer died, and that’s where I was getting all set up to work on my SuperCPU game. So instead I continued on with the math program I’ve been working on in BlitzMax on my laptop. I got a fair bit done Monday and Tuesday, and Richard confirmed on Wednesday that it works fine in Windows Vista.
Besides the couple church related activities, I also went and saw “Atonement” with Tim and friends for his Birthday Movie Night. It really enjoyed it, and it was the kind of movie I wouldn’t normally see since it doesn’t involve muscle cars, Gyro Captains or Dinky-Di Dog Food.