Ulysses, Ulysses, storming through all the galaxies
I often wonder why some Classical names are still in use while others aren't. Why has Hector survived but not Priam? Why have I met countless Helens and Penelopes but not even one Hecuba? So I was tremendously pleased when entering records today to come across someone called Patroklus (who was Achilles' principal boytoy, or, as my translation of The Iliad demurely put it, his 'right-hand man').
And that wasn't even the highlight of my day. That was successfully constructing a cardboard box from flatpack.