Dragon -V- (dragonvpm) wrote,
Dragon -V-
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I don't suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it.

I really need to unclutter my house in the near future. I was trying to find the top of my kitchen table earlier when I came across assorted circuit boards and wires from some computer projects along with some random car parts that I still need to get around to installing.

*sigh*

Life would be much simpler if I didn't have umpteen projects in various stages of being incomplete. I suspect that getting myself sorted out in my house would actually help though. Granted getting sorted out has been an ongoing project for the last year and a half (more or less since I moved in).

I really do like having my own place all to myself, but I find it way too easy to put some things off. It doesn't help that I can usually remember approximately what pile things are located in when I need them. If I couldn't randomly dig through a pile and find exactly what I'm looking for, I would probably not let piles build up as much.

Lately I've been thinking that it would be nice to have a somewhat larger place where I could rent some rooms out to random friends and college age folks so as to not be as much of a hermit. I still need to figure out where/what this larger place would be, as well as whether or not I would want to deal with living with people again.

This would be a much easier decision in Boston. I could easily think of 5 or 6 people that would be amusing to live with. Granted there, I would end up with a much smaller house, so its a tough call. Then there's the lack of suitable long stretches of road to race down late at night. There are very few things that compare with doing 120+ mph down a completely empty stretch of highway at 2 a.m. Its one of the few things that keeps me relatively sane (or at least non-postal).

I should go fiddle with the network a little. The computers don't seem to be communicating quite right....

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