I really have nothing good to say. I'm sorry.
I've been working on four different projects -- and I've honestly been working. Hard. It's crazy. My neck hurts. I should probably look into ergonomics or something like that.
Let's see... it's summer which means it's warmish here on the coast. I don't like the extra crowds tourism brings, but I realize it's good for the economy. It's not like I'm a beach bum anyway. I'm way too fair skinned and the beach has a lot of sand. That, and the ocean has stuff that lives in it. I do like listening to the surf and the smell of the salt breeze. I don't feel the call of the sea, but it is soothing. That, and when I'm all wrapped up my stupid little problems, the vastness of it all is humbling.
Still sober. Coming on a year soon. Nothing especially exciting with that either. I have had no great moments of clarity or any of that.
Wow, this is really weak. Ummm... interesting and not-so-interesting facts about me:
If Bejeweled Blitz on Facebook cost money, I would owe a lot to some bookie type. I now totally get how people can be addicted to stupid things like slot machines. Never going to take that up.
I'm considering going vegetarian + fish. I don't know if I have the strength of conviction to really go for it.
I have lost contact with one of my closest friends. He was non-judgemental and always there for me during my early sobriety and I could tell him anything. It's my fault, I've let life interfere. He's probably got a job and a girlfriend at this point and I don't even know. I feel the loss and have no one to blame but me.
I'm totally bored with WoW. I log on, run around the fountain in SW. Occasionally I start some dailies or decide to find focus with achievements -- but I just don't care. My guild imploded, I took time off, and now I'm undergeared and lonely. Sort of sad.
And, last but equally unimportant, I'm really looking forward to Brave and sort of craving a green tea latte with almond milk.
So, there's my post. Perhaps radio silence would have been better. I will dedicate some energy toward planning next time.