Wednesday, April 8, 2020

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Journal of a Lockdown No. 27

Moon on Lockdown

From the balcony, I gaze at the moon. It is bright and round, like a light bulb in my arm's grasp. As a kid growing up, I used to talk to the moon and whisper my wishes to it. Now it is an object of fascination, a fact I normally ignore until it appears in this way.

I have, to be honest, nothing much to write about. Tethered to my room, I've had three cups of coffee, one cup of tea, a glass of fruit juice, and three square meals. I don't have fever, headache, or diarrhea. These are basic yet important things: I feel well. My family members do, too. I'm grateful to the Lord for another day He has given, even if I had spent all of it at home.

It might not interest you to know that after a week, I've finally passed Level 16 of Alto's Adventure, having executed the triple backflip in that sharp slope. The trick, I now realize, is to grow the scarf so that my character's jumps are higher and flips are swifter when the wooden ramp appears. I'm nowhere near as good as this guy, but this is how the triple backflip works.



To get Level 20, where I am presently, I will need to do two triple backflips. It might take me a month.

2 comments:

  1. hi lance is that a nintendo switch game?

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    1. Hi, I use an iPhone to play. I'm not sure if it's compatible with Nintendo Switch (which seems cool to have).

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