Staying in a medieval town, there is plenty of inspiration for sketches:
In our village there's an automated farm shop:
You find the food you want by looking in the glass-fronted cabinets. Each cabinet has a number, and when you punch in the number and pay, the cabinet pings open. A bit like those Amazon lockers.
I thought this dog-fouling notice was rather graphic:
I've finished Iris Murdoch's Under The Net, which I found hugely enjoyable. Here's a quote from it:
Certain things I have learnt here: for instance, that my happiness wears a sad face, so sad that for years I took it for my unhappiness and drove it away.
Now fiddling around with Rust, making a battleships game.