In my old life BT (before Temecula), I ran an organized scheduled life. I was programed, example, if I was at the fluff N fold, it had to be thursday 7-8:30 am. Now in the new order, its structured chaos, my new life has yet to establish a modicum of a pattern. I find this both exciting as well as disconcerting---wobbles the mind. I suspect this is because I have yet to come to firm grips with the new life style.
Today for example, I got up at my normal time, (6:30ish AM), made a pot of coffee, made the bed, checked out the status of my stocks , and now find myself impatiently awaiting the delivery of the Head board which I purchased last Sunday. I would LIKE to go to the hardware store (Lowes), and see if I can find some decent greenery for my patio, but---gotta stay here at the apartment and wait for the delivery truck----they promised it would be between 8-12----well its now 10:22, and counting----. (sigh)
Yesterday had that long talk with "Chuck: (aka Charles Schwab), and established an on-line stock account, and have started to buy some shares in this and that----watching ones stocks rise and fall is a bit of a nerve wrack----but that appeals to the masochist in me, as well as the little boy at Xmas side. I also used the time to embellish my office documenting files, I now have files for everything, but now need to alphabetize them-----hmm maybe I will let that slide til tomorrow---kinda has a wednesday feel to it ----. (In case you havn't noticed, I am an expert procrastinator).
Sunday last, along with getting my headboard, I also acquired a new blue ray DVD player, and now have it hooked up and working. Managed to watch acouple of my Netflix discs, and complete season 1 of "Mad Men" Having been without tv or a period of three weeks I have lost all concept of the plots on most of the shows, but now I got basic cable, am enjoying the new channels such as the history channel, the travel channels----and as I said above, I now got netflix working for me again.
Guess I will take a break from toiling over this post, grab a cup of coffee, abandon myself to the patio, and relish the mouintain view and fresh air-----.