And there isn't really much to do except take things as they are and start doing what needs to be done. If you don't know me in the real world you have no idea HOW HARD that is. My main disability, which I will try to work on this year (if not forever), is the inability to stop thinking. While all that is true and all that is normal, it is also quite insane.
The thing I've realized spending time with family
and friends from college and highschool during the holidays, removed
from the rollercoaster ride that is the office, is I spend TOO MUCH TIME
in the waking world doing my thinking. So, hopefully no one from the
too-outer realms is going to find me that easily (only clue to who I am
is my real first name somewhere in one of the links here, there's no use
lying about that), and if you do, let's try to pretend this, and
everything that's bound to transpire here, never happened.
The reason's nothing fancy, it's just--this is my brain talking. In the real world my frontal lobe inhibitor works dead-on.