Welcome to the rebirth of your desire to write.

The Best of The Week

Hi everyone.

It's been ages since I was last here. Maybe more like weeks, but it feels like a long time. It was not because I wanted to, though.

I won't share the ugly stuff with you. First, because the ugly economic troubles we (my workplace) have faced these weeks are not meant to be shared. Second, because you don't strictly need to know and I believe that when you have a choice, you should never go for the ugly option. When you don't have a choice, just roll with it.

So, a bit of good news, if you care a bit about me: I'm economically back on my feet, which means a lot to me. I had enough time to read and play several games, so I now have an interesting backlog of review writeups for you, not to mention the rest of my adventures in London. My tooth is recovering nicely and the cold season is just starting.

Those of you who wrote or thought of me during these weeks, I can't thank you enough. You helped me, even if just a bit, during these hard times. Here's to another year together!

I recently realized that my glasses were starting to cause more issues than they fixed. Blurriness, double vision, problems changing focal planes.

This is top fuck. Exactly what I needed. I have a more recent prescription that works fine (as evidenced by the sunglasses I have to wear most times outside these days) but the prescription is expired, which means that no reputable place will accept it for the purposes of making eyeglasses, and unlike many places I have lived, here you can't just slip…

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