I got a lot of work done today, and came away from class a little frazzled, with bits of code still popping in my mind. Laurel met me a short way down the street, classy in her black and white, and it was lovely to see her there.
This has been so much fun. Two more days of heavy work – it’ll be a good haul.
we go through the wave and undertow
We’re well into our final projects now, and I haven’t have time for much of anything except it. Here’s a glimpse of the app I’ve been building – still scrappy, but taking form.
When next week comes I will do my best to bring more words to these entries. For now, my keystrokes are all sinking into code.
I finally had some time to spend with Laurel today – just a short breather, before getting back to work tomorrow. Even with a heavy project like this, it’s important to stop and relax with her a little.
I had dinner with the lab tonight, too – one last goodbye before Simon flies away. I hope I can keep in contact with them after all this is done, too.
Nothing insightful tonight, sadly – just tired, and glad to spend some time with people.
it’s a nervous tic motion
Anna, John and Ryan came by today for a bit of a final-project code jam. With no TAs to help us over the weekend, I hoped that we could help each other through whatever puzzles we came up against. It’s likely that any productivity through collaboration was canceled out by our distracting each other, but it was worth it to have a night with them. By the end of it, as midnight rolled near, we were edging on hysterical, spouting nonsense about our bugs – good end-jam fun.
I haven’t seen Laurel enough lately, though, so hopefully I can make it up to her a little tomorrow.