I’ve been in Germany for a little more than six months. These six months have been both relaxing and terrifying. I came to Germany without any definite personal plans.
Wow. It’s been a whole month since my last SOLID OOP post. I was doing a good job alternating between maybe useful topics and totally useless ones until I got to this: the O in SOLID. Open and Closed Principle. Oh shit whaddup? Oh fuck the topic is so dry I can’t figure out how to write about it.
There were a lot of things that happened this past month – a trip to Spain and Berlin, grueling job interviews, a new play through of Dragon Age: Inquisition. After all that, I still can’t figure out how to make this topic more accessible. I guess it’s just time to man up and discuss this thing like an adult. Fuck it, I hate being an adult.
I will inevitably encounter weeks when I’ll find it hard to write something substantial. I may be strapped for time, not feeling well, have no clear idea what to write about, or all of the above. Why not just skip a week? It’s all about cadence and forming a habit. My muse may be absent, but I’ll still show up for work.
Now let me join the bandwagon of wasting your time with some random list of shit.
First time enjoying [PiSS]? You might want to start from the beginning.
Instead of focusing on what happened chronologically, I’ll move forward thematically. This might let me get my rage out of the way first, and end this series on a light note.
Spain, being the bringer of Christianity to the “heathen and pagan” lands of the Philippines, is filled with a great many churches to visit. Cordoba offered the first, but it definitely wasn’t the last. Nor was it the biggest. Why am I still raging? Read on.
Last week I told you that the wife and I went to Spain for a bit of a holiday. Here’s the tale of this bittersweet adventure, with some of the awe
someful pics I took.