I just got back from a trip to my psychiatrist. He told me I need to
center myself. So, the minute I walked in my house, I grabbed a tape
measure, and started to measure my house, in order to find the exact
center of the house. I intend to place the center of my bed over the
center of the house. However, I ran into a problem. When measuring I
noticed that the walls are all about 5 to 6 inches thick. This has me
real puzzled. In order to find the exact center of the house, do I
just measure the whole house and divide by two, or do I have to take
into account the thickness of every interior wall, and add or subtract
that amount? Do I add or subtract? Do I need to measure the interior
or exterior of the house to find the center? And, lastly, the doors
are not as thich as the walls. How do I account for that?
Oops, I almost forgot. When I measure the bed to find the center of
it, so I measure with the blankets on or off the bed, and do I measure
from the insides of the head / foot boards, or the outside?
One other problem.....
It appears the exact center of the house (might) be right in the
center of a wall. Should I move that wall, or move one of the outside
walls in or out to compensate?
Remember, life is a serious matter, and a waiste is a terrible thing
to mind !!!!
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