Nature abhors a vacuum

Nature abhors a vacuum is a postulate attributed to Aristotle, who theorized a belief that nature contains no vacuums because the denser surrounding material continuum would immediately fill the rarity of an incipient void. “Rarity of an incipient void”. Yep, that’s my life in an indecipherable physics theory. Lack of job and commute should have created about a 60 hour a week void in my activities and commitments. It hasn’t. Where did it go? A fair amount of the theoretical void is well-spent time with my daughter, exploring, walking, and creating. But I did have expectations that I would get more projects done around the house, which hasn’t happened. I whittle away at them; I coerce my daughter a la Tom Sawyer (washing windows is FUN!). But my “to do” list continues to grow. On the bright side, my coloring and painting have improved!