Now — 2024

Updated: Sunday, 18 Feb 2024

The first six weeks of the year have been intensely busy. Looking back over my notes, I’m realizing that this might be an emerging trend; the last four years have all had similar first quarters at work: massive change, incredible team-wide effort to meet new needs, long hours. If the trend holds, things will have settled down by March…

Personal Projects

These are things that I want to finish before the end of the year.

Project Status
Remodel Laundry Room Not Started
    Build new shelving Not Started
    Install new dryer Not Started
    Clear out old shelving Not Started
    Remove old door frame, sand and repaint threshold Not Started
    Purchase new dryer Not Started
Remodel Office Ceiling In Progress
    Re-hang acoustic panels Done, 2/19/24
    Paint ceiling Not Started
    Patch cracks and holes Not Started
    Build new panel frames Done, 2/18/24
    Take down acoustic panels Done, 2/18/24
Design and build basement shelving In Progress
    Assemble and install Not Started
    Make Cuts Not Started
    Clean out basement Not Started
    Purchase Lumber Done, 1/14/24
    Take Measurements Done, 1/13/24
Build new kitchen shelving; reorganize kitchen storage Done, 1/28/24
Rebuild new den shelving Done, 1/28/24
Design and build desk riser Done, 1/21/24
Build media library shelf insert frames Done, 1/21/24

Reading

Title Rating
Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke 4/5
The Unanswered Question: Death, Near-Death, and the Afterlife by Kurt Leland In Progress
Archives of Joy: Reflections on Animals and the Nature of Being by Jean-François Beauchemin In Progress
On Looking: A Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation by Alexandra Horowitz In Progress
They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers by Gray Barker 1/5
Excellent Advice for Living: Wisdom I Wish I’d Known Earlier by Kevin Kelly 3/5
Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods by Budd Hopkins 3/5
When Souls Awaken; Real-life accounts of past-life and life-between-lives regressions by Pieter Elsen 2/5

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