Day 2: I made beans and greens and sausage soup and cooked chicken adobo for the next night’s dinner while the sun got lower and lower on the horizon. We ate and finished at 7:36 (exactly sunset – which is why I noticed the time). I had remembered to throw my lights on the charger when I got home so I had plenty of juice to cruise around in circles in the fire department parking lot for 20 minutes and try to take photos of my monkeylectric lights until my camera ran out of batteries. I got a lot of pretty good shots. Even though I was wearing super warm gloves the wind was just ripping the body head away from me. The fire department is on top of a hill so there’s plenty of wind up there. Also with the gloves on it was hard to actually push the right button. I kept accidentally turning off the camera instead.
I did figure 8′s for a while and notice that I have a preference for turning left. Right just feels way more awkward, like I have less control, almost like writing with the wrong hand. I’ve been trying to pay attention to my body asymmetries for the past couple of weeks to try to figure out why I’m having issues with my right hip. I don’t know if this one is particularly notable… however I’m noting it, just because.