S.C.A.: Soybeans, Scrabble Support Group or Crooked Appendages?

In general not severe but noticeable and still unwelcome pain about the shoulder, arm, neck, back area from sitting at a computer all day most days. Should probably have expected that more, given I spent most of my time behind a computer even before scoring a paying job.

Thinking about putting together more of the geography, history and culture of the Treading Twisted Lines universe. Came up with a few ideas yesterday and was happily noting them on my phone before work. Perhaps it will help in finally getting out the forth story. There are so many notes for it; shouldn’t take more than a few days to churn out a draft. Once I… of course… sit down to actually tackle it. Not being in the mood to do want you want… one of the more foul feelings we humans experience.

Must learn to push through the blah after clocking off and actually get on with my real job.

And now, let’s play Balderdash …

Category:  Acronyms

S.C.A.

a) Soybean Council of America

b) Scrabble Cheaters Anonymous

c) Slightly Crooked Appendage

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4 thoughts on “S.C.A.: Soybeans, Scrabble Support Group or Crooked Appendages?

  1. I know that feeling all too well…hope now that the commute is somewhat less for you, that will help things. 🙂

  2. You shouldn’t have expected the pains from computer use because it shouldn’t cause them. If I had to guess I’d say the problem is that the monitor is too high, so it might be worth lowering and/or moving it closer so it’s at a shallower angle and seeing if that helps at all. Otherwise it could be anything, office and computer ergonomics are awful.

    And that mood is indeed foul. So many notes, so little progress. So depressing.

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