46 Degrees this morning, 56% humidity
Warmer weather is coming, although tonight there is predictions of bad weather .
April 2, 2019 makes 4 years and 10 months since we moved to this area. It makes 4 years and 8 months in my job.
I don’t know at what point the “new” becomes normal, but certainly both our new area and my job have become what our lives are now.
At some point, I assume I will stop referring to “months” and just refer to the “years”.
I can’t say we are where we expected to be when we moved here 4 years and 10 months ago if we could have foreseen the future. However, I don’t think we would have been surprised with our life if we could have foreseen it 5 years ago.
I probably would have been very surprised if I could have foreseen my job. Surprised that I enjoy it so much, surprised at some other things.
It is strange that I thought the wind was much more prevalent here than it actually is. (I may wish I hadn’t said that, in case I jinx it)
The biggest changes recently have been my exercising outside. Due to “exercise induced” asthma and adverse reaction (extreme coughing) to cold weather (sometimes even cold drinks) I have had to substantially curtail outside exercise due to the reaction. I miss it, but at least I get to swim!
I do plan on gradually introducing outside exercise (especially bicycling) and hope I can resume some outside exercise soon!
A lot of dreams recently not many I remember in detail except for little scenes. I had one yesterday where I couldn’t find my wallet.
Actually that wasn’t an unusual occurrence, until I realized years ago, I needed to have a “home” where I ALWAYS put my wallet, keys, glasses etc. It works.
Actually if I could do that for everything, life would be a lot simpler. The problem is finding a “home” for everything that I remember where the “home” is.
I remember the first time I visited a federal government office (this was before computerized applications etc) and saw the mountains of file cabinets and files. I remember thinking, wow, they can find anything! Well, not quite, they lost a lot of stuff.
Actually I am a little puzzled remembering this, since we had computers when I was in the Air Force and this was years later. Probably has to do with the paper applications etc. and lack of computer memory.
I have found any large (or small) organization can “lose” documents, and it continues to happen even in today’s computerized world.
The best example of “losing” something I can think of is the Library. Put a book back in the wrong place, it may be gone for years until someone accidentally finds it!!
That’s it for now, Tuesday, April 2, 2019.