Conversations from my Personal Life

Was talking over the phone last night with the guy I’ve been on again/off again dating the last month or so.

“Well, it’s not like my head thinks this is a totally rational pursuit either,” I said. “I mean, we have nothing in common, and we’re both poor and in debt.”

“We have LOTS of stuff in common,” he said, deadpan, “We’re both poor and in debt.”

Man, can he make me laugh.

Life is engaging, at the moment. Have a big work convention thing coming up that’s going to eat up the weekend of the 20th, and I’m putting together a presentation for that, including loads of documentation. There’s a lot of shit to do, but you know, I love my job and I’m having a lot of fun. I’ve been working out regularly again and working on Black Desert and my roommates are crazy and the dogs are crazy and the guy I’m sometimes dating is crazy and yes, indeed, I am crazy… so yeah, life is damn good. Busy, but damn good.

I’m sure I’ll have something more lengthy and profound to say about it all shortly.

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