Halloween has come to our house: the long table is in the window with pumpkins, the haunted carousel, skulls and the gargoyle on it. Cicero the black kitten also likes sitting on the table; if there wasn't a fear of him dashing out the front door when Trick-or-Treaters visit, I'd keep him there Halloween night. Mark prefers decorating for Christmas, but The Child and I are into it.
Mini pumpkins finished. The Child is thrilled to have Squirrel Nerf-Guard duty. #HalloweenPhotos pic.twitter.com/rVf9Yoqe95— John Burridge (@JBurridge) October 29, 2016
On a different front, I've been using an iPad for about four years, and it's too old to take the latest iOS update, which means that it's vulnerable to the latest JPEG security flaw that was uncovered a few days ago. I've been looking around for news, but everything I'm seeing indicates that iOS 10.2 is the only fix for the problem. I suppose this means that I'll have to uninstall various applications that could display malicious JPEGS (Facebook, Safari, Pinterest, Twitter, e-mail, ) On one hand, that means that I could leave the blog app, SimpleNote, and Scrivener and probably boost my productivity. On the other hand, arg... my iPad is not _that_ old.
Working Out: Went to the gym Saturday (Oct 29). 30 minutes and 300 calories on the elliptical. 3x12x60 on the pec fly (my right shoulder's been bugging me and I figured I should try a lighter weight). 3x12x70 on the lat pulldown. 3x12 hanging curls. 3x12x35lbs with barbell curls. My back has also been bothering me, so I did some random situp type things on a yoga ball.