That was good that you showered, ~UnDead~.
So far, I have not showered today.
I am extremely "paranoid"* about any outsiders coming into my dungeon, because it is in such disarray.
I work at a job, where the work is physical and tiring, and someone was scheduled to come into the dungeon Friday morning, so I got all of my work at my job completed by Wednesday after noon, and spent Thursday getting the shack/dungeon ready for the visit from the Outsider.
Probably the main problem is that I have, or had, a lot of my stuff scattered on the floor, limiting the floor space that I have to walk in, and that any outsiders coming in have to walk in.
Some paper stuff, such as junk mail, is on very slick paper, and a person, outsider, or myself, could slip and fall. So I got all of the junk mail put into plastic bags, and put onto shelves, and into closets, so the carpet covered floor was clear for me, or an outsider, to safely walk on (also, I had some tools that I use for automobile and household repair on the floor, and once, barefooted, I stepped on a claw hammer, resulting in a blood blister on the sole of my left foot. I got all of those tools gathered together and put into a container.
Next, the floor had to be vacuumed, the shower stall/bath-tub cleaned, as well as the bathroom sink, and the kitchen stove top.
All of this work on Thursday wore me out, but with the exception of some stains on the carpet that I hope to clean, and should have cleaned years ago, things looked OK.
I did have some persperation odor, but did not shower until later in the day. If the Outsider did notice the PO on myself, that is just too bad. While I do acknowledge that being around other people, I have to deodorize myself, and wear clean clothes, I feel that I do have the right to have perspiration odor in my own living space.
As long as intrusions into my shack/dungeon are scheduled ahead of time, no anxiety on my part, since I can, as a Boy Scout, "Be Prepared" for.
It is the unscheduled visits that really upset me, since, living in an apartment building, the managers do have a pass key which they give to the bug spray man, and, in one case, some electric clothes dryer inspectors, who I had not been alerted ahead of time were coming.
I got back from work one day, and walking up the stairs, was startled to see two men coming out of my apartment.
They had, of course used the pass key given them by the manager, to inspect the electric dryer lint exhaust ducts, in all of the apartment units. But, I had not been given any advance notice of this inspection, so it was quite a shock to me, as paranoid as I am.
And, I had to pay a fee for that inspection.
*The word, paranoid, is used rather loosely, simply meaning having a fear about something, and not a pathological condition requiring professional treatment. But, once I used that term before a doctor, saying I was paranoid about some disease, and she took my use of that word, very seriously, and asked, "are you getting treatment for your paranoia?"
Just goes to show that we all have to be careful what we say to other people.
Once An SA, Always an SA