The weather's being fairly relentlessly miserable, with breaks for teasing beauty, and I'm ready for it to be nice out now. And everything else that I keep thinking I need to blog seems to have zipped out of my little tiny brain. What on earth did I do before I had the internet, I ask you?
Actually, in my world, Before The Net was also known as "high school", and I kept pretty damned busy in high school, between school and friends and theatre and swimming and dance classes and reading. And presumably doing homework once in a while, although certainly not as much as I should have. So that pretty much answers that, doesn't it? It'd be nice to get that kind of activity back into my life. Perhaps I will, what with living in town now. That's part of the idea, after all.
My mother has long since said she wanted to live in a house with no flat surfaces. I believe we are living in that house. There's not a plumb line in the place, and I, at the high end of the office, have to put a certain amount of effort into not letting my chair and myself just roll on down to the low end of the office and crash into Ted. :) My own office is not quite that angled, but it takes a bit of manuevering each time I sit down to get myself situated in a fashion that doesn't involve involuntarily rolling about.