Smartalecky Sunday Bloglet
TO has learnt the art of being an utter smartass and sneaks it into conversations with a smoothness that by turns annoys me and also makes me laugh. A little while ago, we were doing a round of Q&A about his upcoming swim theory exams and one of the questions was about what to do … Continue reading Smartalecky Sunday Bloglet
Declutter: Why It’s Hard To Do
In the world that Marie Kondo rules (in a manner of speaking), decluttering isn't merely something to be done; it can become a family activity of sorts while setting you free. Free from disarray, free from decisions about what goes where and why and ultimately free to move around your own space and feel good. … Continue reading Declutter: Why It’s Hard To Do
Pool Time Tales
I had completely forgotten what it was like to take a 5-year-old swimming. But, as it is with all things related to kids, it all comes back to you with a bang! TO has always been fairly independent when it comes to things he likes to do. He shucked his floaties quickly and was frolicking … Continue reading Pool Time Tales
Under The Sea
Move over Jacques Cousteau...AI just got us a glimpse under the waves in the blink of an eye!
Speak Of The Devil
When you take liberties with a phrase but still have a devilishly good time...
Exploring AI Art Some More…
After I published yesterday's post, I kind of went down the AI-art rabbit hole. It's addictive like no one's business since it does keep challenging you to come up with more and better inputs for the software to generate an image that meets your directives. Having said that, it's irritatingly and yet interestingly falling short … Continue reading Exploring AI Art Some More…
Where There’s AI There’s a Way
This post may not show me in a good light at all because I have to admit that I have moldy stuff in my fridge and the truth is that I do. I found some mold in a dish long forgotten, thrust at the back of the fridge ages ago. The mold was funky looking, … Continue reading Where There’s AI There’s a Way
I pun, or attempt to, at the best and worst of times. It's not listed as an official coping mechanism but it is one I employ along with snark, sarcasm and tongue-in-cheek humor. This disclaimer is being given because I will be speaking about our family car and how it's gone its merry way, away … Continue reading Car-rying on