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January 27, 2003
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

I'm tired.

Myself and Dan were climbing at the gym tonight, and after a while we started bouldering some routes from last week's competition. Normally I should be doing routes that are rated 60-70 - but tonight the hardest one I did was 120- and I onsited an 80. The 120 I had been trying on Saturday, but never got it. Tonight I just walked up to it and did it. And that was right after redpointing a 5.11. Yikes.

When I got to the gym I was pretty tired... I didn't have much of a dinner, and I don't usually like bouldering, but after a while I got into the groove of it and all the pieces just came together. After it was all said and done I was still able to do 10 pullups on the hang board.

Driving home I was trying to figure out why I was able to pull off so many hard climbs tonight with a lot less effort than I normally give, and I think it all boils down to me letting off some aggression / frustration from work. It pretty much sucks right now for me at my job. I'm sure I have got at least as much frustration as I did working for m1. I like the work I do, and I like most of the people, but the current situation I'm in just blows, and there is nothing I can do about it.

Oh well, back to my pet projects.