The list of things to do keeps growing longer and longer, instead of the alternative. With the list comes money; it seems like each item to check off the to do list has a price tag looming next to its pretty little check box. I'm diligently working to prioritize what is a necessity, and what can perhaps wait until I return in December.
Here's an idea of what's rollin around upstairs; If I get the Go Pro with dive housing from Ryan now, will I be able to make good use of it in the first 3 months? If so, should I give up on the lense repair for the Nikon? Should I keep the Nikon, or sell the Nikon? Health insurance for emergencies out of the country is expensive. Let's be rational here. No time to skimp on expenses. Emergency health care is IMPORTANT! What am I going to do with all my 'stuff' I haven't sold or given away yet? Rent a storage unit? Impose on a family member to keep it in the precious garage/basement space? hrmph. Crap. I'm going to a scuba diving mecca, and I have no gear. I at least need fins and a mask, if nothing else. Speaking of, does my shorty suit still fit? Could I find someone to swap me for a full suit? I want it for protection more than anything. Where the heck am I going to pack a cull size westuit, fins and BC? Which reminds me, I need to call that shipping company out of Houston, to get rates. I read it would cost around $50-75, and takes about 2-3 weeks to arrive. I think it's worth it... isn't it? Speaking of worth it, I still haven't found an unlocked smartphone to take with me. I think it would be a cost saving to buy one here, and a data plan down there. But I'm not sure? No one seems to be 100% certain on this topic. I hope that renter calls back and decides to rent the condo. And the detail shop calls back, and is willing to squeeze my car in so I can put it up for sale after Shanyn's wedding. Speaking of the wedding, I need to order her flowers. Better get on with this day!