Spasms of Accommodation is an opthalmic condition where the muscles in the eye are constantly contracting, trying to make things more in focus than they really are. When my eye doctor told me I had Spasms of Accommodation it became a metaphor for my life. I have science degrees in physics and oceanography. I appreciate the balance of nature and I understand technology, but not people. I am a hermit in a tiny house in the longleaf woods of the Gulf Coastal Plain in a tiny house I built myself for cash.
In 2012 I did a Small Year. My intention was to spend as little money as possible and stay home all the time. In January 2012 I bought two Spartan Aircraft aluminum caravans, 31 feet long, 8 feet wide, manufactured in 1949 and 1951. I have been working on the 1951 model as a permanent lab and laundry room. The laundry room is functional now. The other Spartan is in my shed, waiting.
In 2013 I'm going to keep going with the reclusive behavior and restoration work. I'm trying to think of some way to make a living doing work over the internet when I finish my lab.