I'm living in a decrepit hovel and sleeping on the floor for the next two months.
I gave up on taking the tire off myself after a few minutes of struggling and called AAA. They came out and got it done within 45 minutes. It was, however, after the place I would've gotten the tires repaired at closed. I'll do it after work. This is all so inconvenient.
I cut my squat sets short because my knees were caving in. Perhaps I should've just backed off to a weight I could maintain proper form with. Well, whatever, it's just one day. After the squats, my shoulder felt a bit pained, it didn't go away during the bench presses, but it sorted itself out after the jerks. I didn't end up jerking more than I benched because of the puritanical restrictions against dropping.
Sleeping on the floor is working better. Like not eating, after a couple days you start to get used to it. I also got a little bit more padding. I don't know how much of a difference that made. My parents are coming to town, they're bringing my sleeping bag. All that should make it all work rather well. It's an efficient solution when you're low on space and don't really need a bed.
- pick up trousers from cleaners.
- drop car off to get tire fixed.
- finish packing books, sort clothes, bag/wash clothes to give to clothing drive, pack some clothes.
- finish gutting old computers, dispose of remnants.
- finish packing all the assorted nonsense.
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