I celebrated the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, my favorite kind of time, by staying in, last night. I have taken care of all the business I need to do in the next couple of days, while I'll be helping Julia run her car to her new home in Massachusetts. Surprisingly, there's a lot that was going on. I will be missing opening day for the Royals tomorrow, and the election to vote down corporate welfare and extortion the day after. Luckily, I've already voted absentee. I had a project for work that I needed to get ready, and while it's not quite ready yet, it's waiting for the response of some people in Orlando.
Also, rent is due, at the very latest, by the 4th, so I just walked over to the bank and deposited my roommate's check.
I am leaving Kansas City in what appears to be pretty much the prime of spring, to go to the northeastern United States, where it isn't expected to get any nicer than 50 and rainy, this week. Even so, I'm very much looking forward to this trip. It's my first flight anywhere since I went to Orlando for work in early October. I'm traveling light too, which always makes airline travel more pleasant.
Don't expect much from me until I get back.