My mind is in Schrödinger’s box. Am I asking too much? Why can’t I just go to parties and have a good time?
I recently discovered TEDTalks, a fantastic web site that shares the lectures and presentations at the Technology Entertainment and Design conference in Monterey, California. I just watched Helen Fisher’s talk, which the TED web site describes like this: Helen Fisher is an anthropologist with Rutgers University, specializing in gender differences and the evolution of human …
Good company, good conversation, and good chicken soup. What could be better?
For more than a month now I have been, at least subjectively, stable. More than stable actually, good. The past couple of days have been entirely social, but it looks like the next week or two might be more focused on work. I like this balance.
The other day I ran into two separate occasions where I was asked about polyamory. Thus, this entry.
At this late hour, I haven’t the wits to add much value it, however this entry by Dave Pollard on the topic of polyamory is such a compelling read that I encourage you to drop what you’re doing and read it right now. (Here is the first article in the series.)
After the past few grueling days, Danica and I are able to share insights into ourselves and our relationship over a typical makeshift dinner. I think this is one of the many reasons we loved (and love…) each other so much.
I spoke with my mother and brother yesterday. I finally managed to get sleep last night. Danica is beginning to accept the situation, and we’ve been keeping things light-hearted. Things are getting better.
While reflecting on the day’s breakup with Danica, I still managed to fix up my workspace quite a bit. Thanks for everyone’s support.
When Danica goes to see her date for the second night in a row I ask her to come home at a reasonable hour. Instead, she stays over at his house. I, understandably, am pissed.