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2007-02-06 - 10:55 a.m.

Yesterday was another "interesting" day...due to my own stupidity.

I forgot to bring an important set of keys to work. I had left them on my desk.

Now, usually this wouldn't be a big deal; I'd just go home and get them. But there was one big problem with this solution: I didn't have my house keys. Brin had them. She had gone to Bob's to work in the studio, and she had them in case Bob decided to bring her home once the recording was done. And by the time I realized what I had forgotten, Charlie and Ai Vy were already gone.

Fortunately I worked with a supervisor who had some of the keys I needed. So it wasn't a total disaster. But boy, it's jarring when you're used to having a key and you suddenly don't.


Well, it's a short post today. Brin and I need to go shopping, hunt and kill some breakfast, and then get her back to Bob's so she can do more recording work.

And it sounds like the shower's free.

Be seeing you.


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