This week, I finished off the great "AV-equipment research" project -- or at least dumped all the research into a wiki page so I could forget about it for a while -- and started in on the computer equivalent of housecleaning. I reinstalled Windows XP on my desktop machine for the first time in five years. It went a bit badly and ate up most of the weekend, along with a bunch of other minor upgrades and tech-errands -- but I'll talk more about that in a later, tech-centric post.
Fortunately, I did get out of the house occasionally. I went dancing a couple of times; I ran into some people I hadn't seen in a while at the Fed on Thursday, but on the following night, GoDance was rather empty. On Saturday morning I dropped by another ASG reading, and Saturday night I ventured out to Micetro, which went pleasantly enough. More improv followed, with improvised-singing class on Monday night and the weekly improv jam on Tuesday night.
This coming week, I travel to Louisville to visit my folks. I fly out tomorrow morning, and I get back Sunday night. While there, I get to see my immediate family for the first time in months and my new niece for the first time ever. Through the rest of the week, I have no plans beyond unpacking and visiting the usual improv haunts.
Teddy Roosevelt was the only U. S. president to win the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Mood: peaceful · Music: none