So, I'm moving in a week or so. Things I will have (that I don't have now) include:
central heating and air
a kitchen table
300 more square feet
close access to trash/dumpster
full size oven
pbr wind chimes
I expect to be more productive. In the fall I'm taking two classes to finish the BA in English that I punked out on a few semesters ago. British Lit II and Post Colonial Literature. When I'm busy, I'm more productive.
But it's going to be tedious to move the 2000 piece puzzle I have (not very much) been working on.
I like to listen to the Dresden Dolls when it feels like summer. I don't listen to them when it's cold. Music is temperate. Cold weather bands and hot weather bands. In Georgia there isn't much room for cold weather bands. If I lived in Ohio or Michigan I would have very different taste in music.
Things I've found while cleaning my apartment, getting ready to move:
reindeer antler headband
Judy Blume's Summer Sisters
handfuls of pennies
lightbulbs where the box is half eaten (by cats?)
Dollhouse by Mike Boyle (Does anyone want it? I could never finish it).
chewed up pens
100's of hangers
I want to go to six flags. I want to go to a water park. I want to go to ohio and visit my friend erik. I want a tattoo (maybe). I want to go running in the mornings. I want to finish Blood Meridian. I want to buy more books. I want a bubblegum machine. I want an axe to cut trees down with. I want a pump for my bike tires. I want someone to roller blade with. I want new clothes for summer.
I'm tired of smiling all day at work. My face hurts.
We are going to build a fort for the cats. One of the requirements for the fort is that I have to fit inside it.
I told a guy he had gerbils in his head after he talked about the "coon" that he works with. I have never heard a real person say "coon." I wonder what else I have never heard in real life.