Well, did you have a lazy Sunday? Get a lot of rest? Read a good book, maybe?
Here in Central PA, my accomplishments were numerous. No lazing around for me yesterday. I got a ride in on the bike, one with an 18% grade hill somewhere in Germany. Several loads of laundry. A trip to my local Giant supermarket. About 500 words written on the next book. And I topped the day off with some time playing Elden Ring.
Nichelle Nichols passed away yesterday. She was part of an ensemble cast of a groundbreaking show that brought science fiction into American living rooms weekly. She and Bill Shatner had the first interracial kiss on national TV. I remember that kiss. Network PR ensured everyone in America knew it was going to happen, though I was very disappointed when it finally occurred. There was absolutely no hint of romance; some viewers might find that offensive. Aliens with the ability to control minds forced Uhuru and Kirk to kiss. So, when is a kiss not really a kiss? More important than that was her being on the bridge of the Enterprise. She was a black woman who was the Communications Officer. She was a person of importance. That, in itself, is an extremely important first.
Oh, and I ordered a wall clock. Not cuckoo. Pendulum. Big, because sometimes size does matter, with chimes that bong 4/4. The clock it's replacing was a pendulum wall clock, though not as large. This one is about 6 inches longer. It's a Hermle Hopewell.