Today I didn't have driving lesson, so I spent all morning (since 8:30am) watching TED talk videos and laughing loudly.
Today I played pair Go with Gareth, and we bullied the AI.
Today I went out to James' leaving do. It was great going out with my colleagues, but sad to lose one.
Today I heard Seckou Keita play the kora on BBC Radio 4, and was blown away.
Today was too cold to go out to the Go club, so I stayed home and roasted a pheasant instead.
Today I was obsessed with the home made apple cake which I had brought to offer my colleagues.
Today I finally washed those curtains after 4 years.
Today I baked another apple cake with the apples from my allotment.
Today I went wine tasting *hic* and got sick all night in the handy kitchen compost caddy.
Today I made fennel tagliatelle for dinner, and then jumped into bed early with my angora hoodie, woolly socks, duvet, iPad, and the electric heater next to my bed.
Today I stayed home and thought long and hard about Christmas presents.
Today I chanced upon Katherine Mansfield's Feuille D'Album while googling for Scriabin's Feuillet D'Album, and loved it.
Today I couldn't stop thinking of my cake.
Today we baked an apple cake with the apples from our allotment.
Today I had Peter all to myself. And we played Go.
Today Peter came to visit me in Oxford, and I spent all evening playing Go and discussing it with him.
Today I spent all evening... guess what? Yes, I spent all evening practicing Go and reading the new issue of British Go Journal from BGA.
Today I spent another evening doing Go puzzles and reading. I must seem like such a boring person to most people, but I'm really having fun.
Today I played Go all evening, and went to bed too late again. I'm addicted.
Today I spent all evening playing variations of the same game of Go against the AI. It can be highly addictive to go back in time to correct your mistakes.