Now that my health has improved, I want to complete this arena picture. It’s not so much of an albatross hanging around my neck as a sign of bad luck for not having completed it as much as something that I think of as a fun opportunity for networking. As I explained in the video, various groups will cluster together, and from there, people will make new friends over mutual interests, hobbies, or anything noteworthy.
I had my first chiropractic appointment yesterday after months of following other routes, and, I feel confident about this. So confident, in fact, that I’d rather not deal with the third pain management doctor much again, outside of a meeting I’ll have with him tomorrow before my second chiropractic appointment. I felt much better after having my muscles moved around than I did with the injections or any of the pain management medications prescribed yet.
Valuing anonymous clutter over treasured objects is like being penny wise and pound foolish. I’m going to pay rent today. Another month of paying more money for a second bedroom I use only for inefficient storage, rather than as “Zeal,” or a writing workshop where I can write fiction efficiently. Instead, I am writing this essay on a mostly uncomfortable table, overlooking years of anonymous clutter. How can I avoid wasting more money on pound-foolery?
There’s a value in large-screen CRTs for videogame connoisseurs to play retro games. I put no effort during the past two months in finding a retro gamer to gift this TV, other than joining a general gifting group, so I finally took it to a donation organization. It’s on some pallet to be recycled now. It’s too bad, too, because it worked, and someone might have enjoyed it. That’s a burden to hold onto, though…