I feel like I’m neglecting my blog, but there’s nothing really that I want or need to share right now. I also can’t get excited about blogging the random memories I’ve dogeared for myself: shaking the hand of Vaclav Nelhybel, growing up with a knobless television set, the kid at church who was broken of his cool habit of wearing bow-ties instead of “normal” neckties, stuff like that.
I’ve been taking it easy, going to bed a little earlier than normal, taking time to read some books and magazines and watch some educational TV (i.e. the “geek” channels). I managed to come up with two prototypes for a new portfolio site before the Christmas holiday, and haven’t been able to come up with anything since.
There are so many things I need to do, as per usual. It’s just that, well, I’m taking this time as a mental vacation. Especially since tomorrow is going to be a loooong evening at work. Next week, I’ll set some priorities and get some things done, while still keeping my state of mind calm and zen-like.
By the way? My watch battery died two days ago, and I honestly haven’t missed wearing my watch yet. Haven’t looked at my wrist once, although I have reached over with my other hand to feel where my watch isn’t.