30 Days of Gratitude: Day 16

Three good things

I made great progress on this (school) term's final project, today. The project is made up of a series of scripts, written in Python. I completed the first after working through a few iterations. For the most part, I knew the overall approach and methodology. The times I tripped was on formatting details and syntax.

While coding, I had the window open to let in both the sunlight and a very nice Fall breeze. There were some kids playing at the park across the street and, though the noise wasn't unpleasant, it was distracting. Thankfully the noise-cancelling headphones worked well, blocking out the noise while allowing me to keep the window open, and keep focus.

Though not intended, I slept in this morning. It was refreshing to get in a good amount of sleep, with the best quality sleep coming over the last few morning hours. Refreshing, and much needed.

This prompt will repeat several times throughout this challenge.

The “30 Days of Gratitude challenge” prompts are from Screen/Life Balance and author Catherine Price.