Andy R continued his track-by-track with The Big Blue Sky.
Andy R continued his track-by-track with explanations of Axioms, Under the Wallpaper (part3), and Light Pollution II.
JTA talked about his job, and the badges on his coat.
Andy R continued his track-by-track with a look at Foreign Players.
Andy R continued his track-by-track examination of his latest album, talking about Empathy 101 and Time Crisis, 1982.
Rory took photographs of Yorkshire, looking all autumnal.
Andy R celebrated his new album by writing a little about each track, each day. In his first two days, he wrote about A Classic Album, Loved By Millions and Fine Lines.
Bryn spent a lot of time travelling, but didn’t feel that he deserved sympathy for it.
Andy R shared a word cloud of the lyrics to Dinas Powys.
Dan investigated the history of the testing of pens, and proposed that the way we try out a biro might reflect something of our psychology.
Fiona walked the Cateran Trail over the course of a wet and foggy three-day weekend.
Meanwhile, Liz and Simon, among others, attended a murder mystery party at Dan, Ruth and JTA’s house. Dan provided a full review including a video.
Sian shared an update on how grumpy MiniReegz is to be teething, and photos of her looking surprised.
Ruth wrote about her experience of pregnancy so far, from the discomfort and nausea to the awkward social interactions.