|Diorama of an underground salt mine (the Kopalnia Soli „Wieliczka” in southern Poland) at the Deutsches Museum. (Source)|
But at work I will get up and walk about the building just to stretch and get the kinks out.
Being back at work certainly is different from laying around the manse and doing whatever I want (within those bounds set by The Missus Herself, which are not particularly onerous). But the doc says that the more I walk, the quicker I'll heal. I have to take his word for it, I mean he's a medical doctor. He's what ya might call an expert.
So I sit and code, then I walk, then I sit and code some more.
Gee, life is so exciting innit?
(Well, I did have an excellent meal of Thai green curry Wednesday night. So I've got that going for me. I whine, but in reality, I'm living the high life. Really.)
And just because I can... (as Glenn might put it)
Here's Cogadh no Sìth (War or Peace), a tune for the great highland bagpipe and a fine example of ceòl mòr (great music), one of my favorite pìobaireachd (piping) tunes. Played by Piper Kenneth MacKay of the 79th Cameron Highlanders at Waterloo during the French cavalry charges. Piper MacKay, mind you, played outside of the Camerons' square! (Have I told the story of the time I got drunk with a few of the pipers from the Black Watch? It was in Belgium, back in the day...)
Mr. Lee does great justice to this. (Read more here.)
(Sebastian, you might want to go outside first...
Buck, cover your ears.)