|"The base looks a bit crooked"|
"Then I add a bit more glue at the Maldives"
One of my favourite TV programmes lately is a British series entitled The Repair Shop, where people bring in broken old objects of various kind - often family heirlooms - to be repaired and restored to their former glory by a team of experts, each with their own speciality (and loving their job!)
The past few days, on my main TV channels, most of the regular programmes seem to have been exchanged for constant and repeated updates and discussions of the increasingly despressing situation in Ukraine. Which of course deserves to be in focus; but when there is very little one can actually "do" about it, from time to time one can also feel overloaded by all the speculations to a degree where one is no longer able to take in any more...
Then I've sometimes switched to The Repair Shop (on the "play" channel where it's found here), catching up with missed episodes. Today, I watched one where they were repairing an old broken globe. It felt rather therapeutic watching a careful and loving healing process of the planet, rather than attempts to destroy it.