Sam Hartman (hartmans) wrote,
Sam Hartman
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Emotional Madness

The last day has been a huge mix of emotional ups and downs. Right
now, I really don't know what to think; I'm sad an excited, happy and
stressed. Perhaps sleep will help sort it all out.

While this
didn't happen today, it very much looks like bouncingleaf
is moving in here. That is very exciting. My apartment has been
feeling a bit empty of late. It would be nice to have someone around
and nice to have lower rent.

Today was mostly filled with
stressful work—lots of stressful work. Then, I heard from two
friends. One is going to MIT as a grad student; that will be neat.
I'll get to catch up with a high school friend I haven't seen in a year
when I go to Michigan at the end of May. Then I talked to Sofia. Someone we both knew was shot; the situation is really horrible. I realize it is much worse for Sofia, but it's fairly bad.
I've been really icked out/depressed by the situation.
Sometimes, though, it's stupid small things that really seem to add up. I seem to have misplaced and possibly lost backups of my computer data from the 1980's and early 1990's. I'm not sure I care, except that I went to a lot of trouble to try and preserve as much of that data as I could. O, well.

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