• We said farewell to our furry house guest tonight, she’s heading back to her Daddy’s house (he was out of town for work). πŸΆπŸ•

    A dog is sleeping on a plush bed in a home interior, with furniture and a rug visible in the background. The text 'lostinhaste.com' is overlaid at the bottom right.

    She was rather sleepy when I took this photo, we’d just been on a three and a half mile walk. 🚢πŸ₯± πŸ“·

  • #Flashback-Friday πŸ“· 2019-09-07

    My employer rented out the local Six Flags (along with other companies, it was a corporate thing) for an “employee appreciation night." The park was mostly empty, so we had our choice of rides, with almost no lines. Took this photo at the top of the Ferris wheel. 🎑 πŸŒ…

    An amusement park at dusk featuring a lit Ferris wheel and roller coaster surrounded by trees.
  • I was looking at the about page on the Porkbun website and started laughing when I noticed they have a “plant” on staff. 🌱

    When Steve was a young sprout she longed for a day where lounging around in some office window sill was all she had to worry about. After spending a bit of time being sent from greenhouse to greenhouse she eventually found her spot in the Porkbun office.
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    As a plant Steve mostly just sits there and creates oxygen. She does enjoy a cool sip of water from time to time and listening to some good tunes but mostly she just photosynthesizes.

    Laughing so hard… 🀣

    A pop-up window features a humorous staff profile named Steve, a plant, amidst other team members' photoss with professional titles.
  • I totally forgot it was WWDC today… 🀣

  • #Flashback-Friday πŸ“· 2024-06-03

    Taken just a few days ago, I’d just flopped onto the bed after work, with my kindle in hand…when I heard a buzzing in my ear and something smacked my head. I looked around in bewilderment and saw this little fella right next to me on the bed. 😊

    A cicada rests on a textured blue and white quilt near a window with a dark curtain. The website 'lostinhaste.com' is overlaid on the image.
  • Dear Microsoft,
    If you’re going to override default behavior on a Mac in Teams (like taking away the spell-check functionality), please make sure “your version” works. I find it silly I have to type out message in notes to paste into Teams.

    KThxBye

  • In desperate need of a “pick me up” and just remembered a friend of mine brought back some coffee from Hawaii. πŸ₯±β˜•οΈ πŸ“·

    A red coffee bag labeled 'LION' rests on a countertop beside a Big Bang Theory (paper rocks lizard scissors Spock) themed mug and a blue box reading 'MAUNA LOA', all atop a kitchen counter. The URL 'lostinhaste.com' is overlaid at the bottom.
  • Walked in the bedroom to find a lazy boy taking a nap… πŸ“· 🐈 😸 πŸ₯±

    A grey, fluffy cat lounges on a checkered blue and white quilt, with a text overlay saying 'lostinhaste.com.'
  • πŸ”— Bartender has a new owner – Six Colors // Jason Snell // sixcolors.com

    Software companies don’t owe their users complete transparency, and it’s possible that there were extenuating circumstances in the transaction (from either side) that led to the lack of communication. But the inverse is also true: customers don’t owe software companies their loyalty.

    Using this as a good opportunity to try a new (to me, at least) menu bar utility. 🀣

  • I was listening to the latest episode of the Core Intuition podcast and was delighted to hear Mars Edit now had the ability to set the categories for the Micropost functionality…so did it work? 😝

  • Trying out something new: woke up an hour early to take a walk before work. πŸ₯±πŸšΆπŸΌ

  • Slowly easing back into the work routine after being on vacation (and out of the Country) for over a week. πŸ€ͺ

  • We’ve always wanted to go to London…didn’t think it would be London, Ontario but beggars can’t be choosers. πŸ€£πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

  • Just saw a Tesla drop off someone off at their job…at a gas (petrol) station. I can’t stop laughing. πŸ˜†βš‘οΈβ›½οΈ

  • Ahh, if only I could read / speak French. πŸ€£πŸ“·πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

    A variety of cookbooks are displayed on wooden shelves, categorized under titles like &ldquo;Patisserie,&rdquo; &ldquo;Desserts,&rdquo; and &ldquo;Wine&rdquo; in a bookstore setting.