I have six days to go in my 1500 streak and I won’t make my goal simply because I cannot workout. Old age has caught up with me – I was keeping weight off of my right ankle for about two weeks but the pain started becoming noticeable and at times unbearable.
Age, can’t reverse it. Ah well.
I’m going to play this out and get as close to my target as I can, and then continue on the path. Hopefully wrapping it and preventing the ankle from rolling around will give it the kind of support it needs. I’d hate to have to go to doctor for this, because it will become a thing.
While studying I decided to put my head down and take a quick ten minute nap. That worked out fine. However, when I woke up, my computer was stuck and refused to boot.
That didn’t last long, eh?
I experimented and I broke… something. One thing I didn’t like about Fedora came back to bite me – I don’t know the commands that are specific to Fedora to figure out why things like that broke, so I decided to trash it and go to Lubuntu. As you can imagine it’s the uber popular Ubuntu using LXDE as the graphical user interface. Really, there’s nothing special about it other than the fact that I know Ubuntu/Debian better than I do Fedora. It’s a super stripped down Ubuntu with absolutely no bells and whistles.
It’s a shame really. Really really. I liked Fedora a lot, obviously gushing over it and posting screenshots. But…
I have a new rule that I get only a limited amount of minutes left in this world, and I’d rather spend them on doing things that I enjoy. So, spelunking in Fedora’s forums or reading man pages is out.
Lubuntu may or may not break in the future too. Who knows. It probably will. But this time, I will have a better idea on how to fix it.