- July 18 - Last blog post.
- July 25- A week passes after my call to my cable provider. The internet has yet to be shut off. After a follow up call, I learn that I need to physically drop off my cable modem at a local store before the switch is thrown.
- The next day I drop off my modem. Hibernation begins.
- Late July - Bills are due. I stay after work to pay them online.
- I complete several projects around the house, projects which have been on my list for months. I feel awesome.
- Jacqui and I book tickets to St. Louis for Thanksgiving at a local Panera.
- I read the entire issues of every magazine to which I subscribe: Golf Digest, Paste & Wired.
- I no longer care about regularly checking Facebook and email. Meh.
- For the first time in 10 years (before college), I'm in bed by 11 and up by 7am. It's glorious.
- More mornings per week include breakfast and time in the Scripture. Even more glorious.
- I discover an open wireless connection in my neighborhood, available to me only if I sit outside by the pool at night, type by the light of tiki torches, and slap at the mosquitoes biting my feet. Not worth it. After a few minutes, I go inside.
- I return to the gym. Regularly.
- Yesterday - I receive my cable bill. It's $30 cheaper. Sweet.
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