I can see in the dark…not because I’m an elf or nothing. It’s because I finally got my new computer. I had to save up for a long time. But it is here. And it has lights on it. Red lights. There is an off-switch that makes them turn off and on.
I’ve been able to transfer all my data to this new computer. It took a long time. Good thing I was using USB 3.0 external hard drive. It seriously would have taken a whole day if my comp + ex hd weren’t 3.0.
My dog is getting bored with me. She is having a lot of personality lately…dancing about and everything. At the park she knew I was talking about her to a friend and she started dancing upside-down on the grass. Sassy dog dancer.
I haven’t felt this good in a while. About 15 minutes ago, I ate approximately one half on an entire large watermelon in one sitting. (Actually it was a standing cuz I ate it over the sink) Now I feel super full.
Going to the gym lately has been so fun. It’s all about the assisted dips and the assisted pull ups lately. The thing I didn’t realize with the pull ups is that starting with wide grip then doing as many as I can and moving on to mid and V-close grip really makes a difference.
Finishing reading, “The Tao of Physics” was a seriously good feeling. Not because I was glad it was over…but because it felt like finishing a large and yet perfect meal. The kind that would leave excellent tasting leftovers, but you don’t risk it and eat it all.
The funny thing is that I have this friend that I had a feeling that he read it. And I said, “I bet you’ve already read this.” And he said he did a long time ago. So funny.
Night Vision. It’s so weird not having the looming minor dreads of daily life as much anymore. Tasks seem realistic and manageable. Talking to people is great. These are good times.
Now that I’m done with, “The Tao of Physics” I learned that I had some serious assumptions about how particles and waves work. Also there were misconceptions on subatomic particles as well. The whole bootstrapping concept was extremely enjoyable.
So, my next book is another Wadell one. It is beyond phenomenal so far. Just the preface alone got my feet tingling. Now I can see why Daniel Jackson go so intrigued with archaeology. Pieces just slide together, and other times they are too damaged to fit anywhere nicely. But by learning more, the other pieces can eventually form the correct spot. And sometimes the puzzle reveals itself to be a false puzzle entirely, and it intersects with other, more true puzzles. And they do this like several two dimensional planes connecting to each other in three dimensional space, only separated by a slight variance in angles.
It’s approaching midnight.