Okay, that's better. Seriously, tho, that's one major downside of doing things like going to cons, is that I get all fired up and have all sorts of ideas, leads, things I want to do, and directions I want to go, but then the reality of the job kicks in and I have to sit here, forcing myself to program webpages, every limb twitching and several of my brain cells burning themselves out wanting to DO something on my projects.
On a good day, this is followed by me going home and working my brain to the bone until I can force myself to go to bed.
On a bad day, this is followed by doing pretty much anything else, including stuff like "laundry" or "playing LotRO." In fact, if I could I'd avoid the "going to bed" part on a good day, too. Because there's SO MUCH I WANT TO DO! And SO LITTLE TIME I HAVE TO ALLOCATE TO ANY OF IT!
Seriously, why is so little of my life actually my own? I need to work on that.