There's this place in Kenmore, WA (about 20 minute drive from my house) called the Hangar. It's just a public space, with tables, chairs, outlets, free wifi, local artists paintings, a meeting room, a fireplace, and a cafe. You don't have to buy anything though, and you can spend as much time here as you please. I mean, it's like your local library but with chairs and tables instead of bookshelves. I absolutely love it, and drive here every chance I have.

There are two types of people, who grew up in big cities: those who hate big cities, and those who can't imagine living in a small town. I'm the first type. I have this weird fascination with small towns. I find a lot of them to be cute, and adorable, and cozy, and just overall lovely (some more then others.) I love walking along a few "downtown" streets, peeking into old bookstores, and stop at random grill bars or coffee shops... It brings me comfort and peace.

Yesterday was the last day of my contract at Microsoft :microsoft:. It was certainly a journey. Off to the next one (eventually)

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Local plastic bag ban in effect next week! This gives me hope. It’s not a huge locality, it’s in a mostly red county (of a very blue state, I’ll give you that), still. It feels like a step forward.

Looks like I’m the only one on strike, taking a bus instead of a car to run today’s errands :/

Nice JAMstack meetup. Thanks :gatsby: for food and swag. Speakers were concentrated on images, specifically, transformations/preloading, and making whatever images you already have more accessible using Gatsby. Very cool!

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