So another couple of days…

Till I am off traveling again for work. This time I will spend 2 weeks in Orlando, FL, but first I have to get through another Nor’easter here at home. The one from last week was bad enough. I had my flight canceled coming back from Austin TX as I arrived at Dulles International. I then had to rent a car and drive for 7 hours (usually a 2.5 hour drive) to get home the day I was supposed to.

The closure of 2 of 3 bridges across the Susquehanna River caused this, and eventually they closed the third, but not till after I got across it.

But I finally got home, and now I get my 7 days at home before heading out again. Hopefully, the weather will be decent in FL, that will be the highlight of going there. The other thing I hope to spend some time doing while there is getting some writing done.

After this trip I am expecting to either go back to Austin, TX or to Huntsville, AL, my preference is to go to Huntsville, so hopefully that is the trip I get to make.

Was also nice to get back and do a real workout, trips make for usually nothing but cardio getting done which is fine, but I miss my regular workouts. But at least I am getting workouts done, so this is still a good thing.

Last thing, I talked a few days ago about my wife’s food issues, it’s funny as I told her yesterday about what my eating intentions would be going forward she literally balked at how 1900 calories per day was entirely too much, though my requirements are more like 2800 per day. But I guess she has gone so long not eating properly she doesn’t get it. I realized that if I got her to eat normally for too long, she would probably gain 20+ pounds because her metabolism is shot out from eating less than 700 calories a day for so long. Her body is in a perpetual state of thinking it’s starving so she won’t ever lose any weight, and I can’t tell her that or she will stop eating altogether.

But that is it for now.

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