I feel unsettled and I cannot completely relax. This is partly because of changes Mrs. Geek and I want to make in our lives (e.g. a new job in a new city.) I am also recieving a paperwork from other insurance companies about the car accident back in February. I am also in the process of figuring whether or not I should change jobs within Company O. It is a lot to think about, and I don’t want to think about it for a while.
Of course, this is not always possible. The Universe (and Company O. management and insurance adjustors) do not work on schedules that guaranteed to be convenient to personal needs. I guess this is just my way of putting the request out in the karmic queue to see if I can catch a break.
In other news, my Mom liked her Mother’s Day gift. She is a big classical music fan, with a decent selection of vintage RCA Victor recordings on vinyl from the 1950’s and 1960’s. She has a particular fondness for piano music, violin music, and opera. RCA has started re-releasing some their Living Stereo recordings on hybrid Super Audio CD. I managed to find recordings of Arthur Rubenstein (one of her favorites) playing two Chopin Concerti (she’s a big Chopin fan) and Jascha Heifetz (another of her favorites) playing Concertos by Brahms and Tchaikovsky (key parts of the violin repetoire.) Finding them seemed like hitting some kind of trifecta in my book, and my Mom says that she is very much looking forward to hearing them.