Let me be the first to say, yes, I've been gone for awhile. Its really not you, I swear. If its anyone its me. It just. . .isn't the same anymore. At least not to me.
So I'm sure right now you're dying to know what's going on with me. Well, computer usage time is getting pretty hard to come by. A whole different set of circumstances to tell the truth, and if you couple that with a decling lack of enthusiasm on my part for writing my deepest thoughts in a public forum for pretty much anyone who would care to see it (translation, for two people to read) then you can see why I've not blogged in a while. On a plus side, I'm a month into 2007, and already I've made several life changing decisions. Good, no?
Life Changing Decisions!
1) I need to go back to school.
a) Its not that I don't enjoy being a FedEx courier, but this is truly a dead end job. And I also hate to say it, but while I'm good at my job, the constraints that my employer is placing on me are becoming increasingly more difficult, almost to the point that my actual job is almost impossible. Funny right? Nope, not funny at all.
b) In my search for something with a good deal more stability, I'm finding that every job I apply for requires a degree or some specific training. Training that I'm not getting at my current job, and of course, a degree I've not earned yet. Yay.
c) And the most important (short term) reason I can think of for going back to school? Decreased membership fees at what is still the best gym in town. If that's a not a reason, then pray tell, what is? Which bring us to. . .
2) I gotta start working out. Preferrably at a gym.
a) At my "dead end job" I finally got moved away from emptying canisters of packages. It was quite a cardiovascular workout for me. In fact, one so intense that it kept me in quite possibly the best post-high school shape I've been in. Now I'm not doing it anymore. Now I load trucks. Which is sadly a serious decline in physicality. So guess what? If I keep my current complacent lifestyle which involves me not really working out after I work, I will turn in a fat lazy sloppy pig. And as much as I enjoy the lazy pig aspects of that, I don't want to be fat or sloppy. Or unhealthy.
b) Which, coincidentally, is why I've decided to stop eating fast food. Wait let me finish. When I turn thirty. You didn't really think I was going to give that up, did you? But I am limiting how much of it I eat. Which I've been doing for the last five months or so.
So there you go, I hope you feel up to date on all things Javann. If not, feel free to call or text me. I'll tell you everything you'd ever want to know. Actually, probably not. In fact, don't call or text me. That was a bad idea waiting to ferment into my demise.