It is 6:55 PM on Saturday, July 14th. We’re in the fog again and it is quiet outside with only a rare bird call. I find myself writing in my journal much more than before but it is not simply due to increased free time but rather I do not really have much to do.
It is 7:58 PM on Friday, July 13th. The fog has moved in and the birds are screeching among the trees. It is an ominous evening and perfectly suited for Friday the 13th.
This has been one of the busier weeks I’ve had in a while as far as work is concerned. With the new job I need to have many meetings per week, there is a lot of research to do in my portfolio and of course still much to learn. Today was very busy and I learned a lot. I find that I like being busy with work and being back with the airlines very satisfying. I actually look forward to it and haven’t felt that way about work in a long time.
It is 8:52 on Thursday, July 12th 2018.
I am still lethargic and tried. I think I must be going through caffeine withdraw because I haven’t felt like this for an extended period of time before. I have absolutely no energy. I think it is caffeine withdraw because I always have coffee every morning since my wife likes to drink it. I’ve now been coffee free for about two weeks and so what else could it be? Perhaps beer withdraw since I drank a lot of beer which I never do during the trip to Ohio and Asheville. Whatever it is, I’d like my energy back soon please.
It is 6:30 PM on Wednesday, July 11th. For the past couple days I really haven’t been feeling like myself. With all the changes recently (and beer in Asheville) my mind was in a fog. It is only after a brief workout today and getting back into the routine of work that I feel a little bit more normal. I had wanted to make it a longer workout but realized that today is the farmer’s market and I didn’t want to miss my veggies!
These days, especially under the Trump administration there has been a lot of division. This has been seen with Trump refusing to denounce the white nationalists and forcing the NFL players to stand. The NFL players are protesting what they see as police brutality, but it goes deeper than that. Here are my thoughts.