I thought being ‘settled’ meant that I had secured a car, place to live, and other necessities needed in order to function in a day-to-day basis… but still, the cabin just didn’t feel like home. It’s a fully furnished house, but something was missing and I just couldnt pinpoint what that could be.
Bored and needing to get out of the cabin (HAHA.. cabin fever!!!), I recalled a new coworker suggesting I go to Title Wave Books, a used bookstore in midtown Anchorage.
I have no idea how long I was there, but by time I left it was completely dark. (Not saying much since the sun set at 4:09pm today)
I left that store having spent a only few bucks but it is the first time that I felt like this was home.
Now, I still have a LONG way to go. The blog title was not selected willy-nilly. The walls are covered with art ranging from fisherman’s rulers to a ‘cabin sweet cabin’ woodcarving of a moose. It is all very interesting, but it’s just not me.
No behaviorist’s cabin would be complete without displaying a few pieces of work from the legend himself, Mr Burrhus Frederic Skinner.