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Jul 6, 2022

I hate giving up but sometimes a retreat is necessary. Wish I could go to a retreat but that ain't happening. I know when I'm licked and I'm licked. 

Not one but two computers have me on the ropes ducking punches.
So this is just a brief update of what's going on with me. 
And what's going to be happening for the next couple of weeks. So in housekeeping news, I'm on summer slowdown mode until September. 
Between my old computer dying on me and my new computer not recognizing my microphone the way I needed to recognize my microphone. 
And it sounds like I have a sore throat. It's only because I've recorded the same episode on hoarding 10 times and gotten really progressively bad results. I am going to take a break and give up the fight and really figure out how I'm going to make this work. 
So, I plan to come back. Fairly soon to put up a proper episode, but for right now, I'm stumped. 
 I'm going to go do something nice for myself and get out of this chair. I'll talk to you sometime in the future. Not too far away, I do wanna put up a proper episode, but today's not going to be that day. I'll catch you next time on the anxiety road.

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