It was Sports Day today and we were scattered to the winds. I was home babysitting our youngest, who celebrated sports day and the new cool weather by catching a cold from our oldest.
Our oldest, “fully recovered” from her cold went to a concert somewhere in Tokyo (at least I think it was in Tokyo) with a group of her friends. She Who Must Be Obeyed went to work, even though today was a national holiday.
I used the day to do two important things: catch up on the TV show Bones and organize the variety hoard in the office. Bones has been a lot of fun to watch, most of the time, but is clearly past its prime and is on an obvious death march into it’s last season.
The variety horde, for its part, looks like something the Bones characters have to scrape body parts from. (Sort of.)
The organizing was required because the cool weather. Because it is little more than an uninsulated concrete box, the office is a giant condensation collector/mold factory during the winter.
Anything on the floor often ends up in a bad way. I also have to move the last of the ink inventory before winter as the cold weather and long delivery times have been known to freeze and burst bottles.
Somewhere in there, I have to do my actual job, too.