Some of you may have noticed, but I have not been writing much lately, here or on Facebook. Some of it is I don’t know what to say, so I just say nothing.
Since moving to Colorado, I have stopped using cannabis, and I have been laying low. Really low. I stay around my apartment, watch tv, and play video games…getting out for an occasional doctor’s appointment, grocery run, or a very occasional treat of going out to eat. I am growing tired of the tv and video games, since I do it so much, but I honestly don’t know what else to do.
I watched all six seasons of The Walking Dead that is available on Netflix. I liked it, but it got sorta rote by the last season. I also found lots of interesting observations, like “Who is mowing the grass during the apocalypse?” and “How are they able to maintenance their vehicles?” There are others, but you get the idea. I am hoping Season 7 comes to Netflix soon.
I have also been watching Bob’s Burgers. It is funny, at times, and other times it’s just stupid. Something keeps me watching it, though; but, I will admit, it took some time to grow on me.
Over the last week, I have tried a few times to buy Mass Effect: Andromeda from the Playstation store. I played Mass Effect 2 and 3, and I enjoyed both. This one doesn’t have the best reviews, but I am looking for something new to do. Either way, the Playstation store is not accepting any of my cards, which is unfortunate. It’s not a problem with my cards, but apparently some bug. I guess I am just lucky that way.
Baller is gone. I loved that beautiful snake, but I had to get rid of her because I couldn’t handle a 20 or 30 gallon habitat by myself. The snake itself was really low maintenance, but it wasn’t the same as having a puppy…which I have had most of my life. My wife kept both dogs in the divorce. I sometimes regret this decision, but I know that her and her parents are giving them a good home, and that makes me content. I looked into getting a cat, but I am allergic. Also, the claws and the shedding were a bit much for me. My dogs shed, but not like the cats I petted today. I was panicking at the idea of having to clean up all the hair in my apartment.
As hard as marriage can be, divorce is harder. The last few months have been some of the hardest in my life. I wish there was a “do-over” button, but life doesn’t work that way. Also, I am not sure that any one or two decisions could have saved our marriage. There were alot of complications and communication issues, especially with health and finances; we fought about both of those alot. We still talk 4-5 times a week, and the talks are often amicable, and sometimes cute. So, there is hope.
There are probably other things, but that is the highlight of my first two months in Colorado, and what’s been happening while I have been absent from certain parts of the internet. I may start blogging regularly again, but I may not. Either way, thanks for reading, and I hope you have a wonderful day.
Wagen, over and out.