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Walking Along

To my surprise, I woke up around 0830 this morning. I wasn't expecting that. These last two weeks I have manipulated my schedule to accommodate a co-workers needing to take leave at the last minute. With my new position this type of manipulation is easily approved. However, it has been exhausting as I've compressed my schedule.

That's how I found myself awake early, wanting to try my new boots on. I think I would have slept in if it were not for the boots. Anyway, I tried them on and they look great. But! I remembered to do some Eve stuff.

I have managed to drag most of the supplies for my project into low sec. I've been building away, much to my great glee. But, watching some of the comments on multi-buy from Vov as he was debating doing some runs on T2 ships. I realize that it is another feature that I've supported and cheered into the game but haven't gotten a chance to use.

There is so much Eve to relearn and learn. I'm rather excited. I am sure that I will soon run out of minerals. I never, ever, ever buy the correct amounts the first time. Hopefully, this means I will get a chance to try out multi-buy.

And I need to move my one cyno pilot around who is also a research pilot. Ugh. maybe, tomorrow?

My question of the day was someone asking what my corp meant. For not, not much. It is some thought about my general interest in neutrality. Having not succeeded in staying in ether of my last two corps, I've decided to figure out what I need and want. Do I want to make a corp? Do I want to join a corp? I don't know. I have nothing to give a group right now. That, I have well learned and it is not a mistake I plan to repeat again. After, when I am a person and not an office, I don't know.

Eve has changed a lot. I had hoped to come through this entire thing unchanged and happy with a string of successes to wear like pearls around my neck. Things have not quite gone in that fashion and experience has forced its relentless path through my personality and interests.

Now is the time for musing. Spring will be the time for action.

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  1. Boots? Great looking boots and no pictures? Not even a web link? Such a tease you are Sugar.

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