The search continues

Today is Memorial Day, which means pool party cookout at my sister in law’s house. The entire house is up, which is slightly unusual considering it is a holiday. I plan on going by my stepmother’s house and checking on my dad, letting the girls see him. I want them to make him a get-well gift.

Part of my brain is having trouble accepting that I don’t have a job anymore. Rather, that this is it. There’s a vague tingling in the back of my brain about “getting ready for work”, like an ex-smoker’s muscle memory.

I’m adding exercise into the list of things that I do in the morning. Tea, meditation, writing, workout. I’ve got to get back into shape. I’ve put on quite a bit of weight over the winter and want to lose the beer belly and put on some lean muscle. The main challenge I have is lack of weights. There’s a new community center opening up down the street, but their gym isn’t ready yet, so I’m not sure what I can do. I guess I’ll need to stick to the measly thirty pound dumbbells that I have, otherwise I’ll have to figure out a way to do more with bodyweight, either mine or the girls.

I had an interesting call last night. An ETH OG popped in the IA Discord last night asking lots of questions about SAIADao, so I had a half hour conversation with him about what we were doing. This place is amazing. I get to talk to so many interesting people. Going to meet with them in Miami. These are exciting times.

The BTC/ETH markets seem to have actually gone up overnight. I don’t think I could take any more bearishness from CryptoTwitter. So many people calling a bear market it’s ridiculous. I haven’t made any trades, just keeping an eye on my Perp positions, which are still underwater but seem safe from liquidation at this point.

My experiment with Vesper doesn’t seem as lucrative as it did several days ago. The emissions APY has come down to three hundred percent. The borrow rate is down to on hundred as well, but my net is now only one fifth of what I need to make ends week to week. This is going to be a bit harder than I thought.

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