the methods and means of procrastination

muddy waters
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So, I'm feeling a bit better after getting some sleep, even if I did wake up with a small sparrowlike bird hopping around on my leg. I felt better, because the bird was no longer trapped in the wall, and almost felt like a pet. That tells you how long its been since I've had a pet. :P

I've just been feeling a bit off kilter lately, but I seem to be getting back on top of things. I've been looking (and calling) apts, 2 of which I'm going to try and view tomorrow. One would be a good east/west meeting place, in that we could easily go either downtown or to ambridge, no easy task. The other is about 5 minutes from where I work, a definate plus, even if the neighborhood is not ideal. I hope either of them is exactly perfect, so the choice is easy. The downside of intuiting is that if the place doesn't give off the right vibes, I will take it as a sign to pass. It is an inefficent way to make a decision.

No plans for shopping, I don't actually feel very strongly about the busiest shopping day of the year. I'd rather get back to work. I have so much to do right now, and I'm feeling like I can make a positive difference again, a change from what I've been feeling over the last few months. The trip to UT has made me feel more a part of a team, less of a martyr. There is direction and motivation, I'm not just making it up as I go along.

On the tail end of this, of course, I went through the internal interview for a different position this week. So, just as things are solved, everthing could change. I should know the outcome as early as next friday. If it goes favorably I will be sorry to see my old job done, since it just got better, but the new job will have more prestige, and I will be a more important part of the research team then I am now. More change is on the rise. My new glasses should be coming in soon.

I do seem to be generating a lot of turbulance these days.

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