This weekend has been really good for me. With everything that's been going on with work, potential relocation and all that jazz, I've been weighed down with planning/number crunching/etc and balancing a 50-hour workweek for the past few weeks. This week, I just kinda burned out. It may come to a surprise to a lot of people exactly how introvertive I really am. Solitude and introspection is how I recharge, in turn allowing me to be the outgoing fun-loving smartass that everyone is used to.
I spread myself a little too thin this past week though, and with everyone I know and work with seemingly wanting a piece of me, I knew it was time to pull my head into my shell. So on Friday, I shut off my phone, stayed offline, and started my weekend-long trek of "I'm not doing shit. Time to veg." I've spent the weekend in solitude, out of contact with the world, and much like an Aspie shut-in I set my focus on compiling emulation software, troubleshooting segfault errors and raging about how Ubuntu is a worthless pile of shit (which it is.)
It's Sunday night, and I feel Awesome... like I can once again face the upcoming week head-on. So I cut my phone back on and have now rejoined the land of the living. I'm in the process of doing a Windows 7 build codenamed "HORADRIM." And you can guess why.
It's going to be a good week. Stay a while and listen.
- Like a mighty phoenix, rising from the ashtray