Post-Pennsic 2003 Diary: Tuesday, August 19

I’m bored. I didn’t really remember what it’s like to be bored. I’m home and have been for two days. I’m unpacked. I’ve given away some presents and caught up on my email. And now, I find that there’s nothing for me to do. Unlike at Pennsic, when there was always something happening somewhere, here there is just me. Sure, I have sewing projects I can do, but it’s not the same as being surrounded by 11,000 like-minded people.

I am going to SCA practice in just over an hour, but I don’t know what I’ll do until then. Well, I just spoke on the phone with a friend. We’re going to be getting together tomorrow. It’s good that I’m actually doing things. I’ve been hyper-busy for three weeks, and at least had lots to do to get me out of the house since April. So it’s very odd to have nothing to do.

I suppose I’ll just have to slow down and get used to the rhythms of a more solitary life (everything is more solitary after Pennsic).

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