So called because I did bugger all… not because I actually went and buggered one and all who got in my way – that would have been quite tiring and Sunday is a day of rest, after all.
I rose at 6am, had my breakfast and read the news and several blogs. And apart from having a short break about lunchtime, for a sandwich and to watch 8 out of 10 cats, I spent pretty much the whole day, sat in front of the computer, working on my latest project. It was a cold, wet and miserable day outside, so staying in seemed the sensible thing to do.
Plus, Mrs M was in lazing-on-the-sofa mode all day, on a Casualty/Holby City/Silent Witness telly-fest, so I didn’t feel too guilty about my own self-indulgent slothfulness.
What was I doing? Trying to program a microcontroller using C++, that’s what. My coding skills are crap though and so it took all day to get it working properly. But I got there in the end and I’m very pleased with the results (I’ll hasten to add that someone else did the bulk of the code and I was just modifying it to suit my own purposes, but nonetheless, I’m still chuffed with what I’ve achieved so far).
So, although I spent the whole day just staring at a computer screen, maybe it wasn’t too unproductive at all.
The state of the house might suggest otherwise though.