The lab is coming together. We should be fully operational soon. I'm getting used to my cubicle and it's getting easier to concentrate. The Tuesday night meeting was back to normal after a week with no teens. Wednesday was just an evening at home if I remember corectly.
Thursday I made the trip up to Seattle for the Symphony. I also met my dear friend Rabih for dinner. Barry was also supposed to be there, but he was indisposed. We had a nice dinner and a had a chance to catch up with things. It's been several years since we've all been together and I've missed them. The concert was quite good. The concerto was the old warhorse Rachmaninoff Concerto #2. They did a bang up job of it. Just as well it was the symphony, because my left lens dropped out of my frame just as I was going into the theater. I was in the second tier and could not see a thing. Fortunately I had a repair kit in my bag so i was able to fix them during intermission. The last piece was by John Adams. Parts of it I liked very much, but parts of it were minimalist nonsense and were quite annoying. I have to say though, it was a very difficult piece, but the Seattle Symphony was up for it. They did an amazing job and I have never seen them work so hard.
Yesterday I puttered outside a bit. Got some Tagro and set up my raised bed for tomatos. In the afternoon, Scott and I drove up to Port Orchard and did a fairly easy cache. The unique thing about it was that it was just up the road from the Manchester Lab where I spent 16 years.
Today I finished the raised bed. I've been catching up with laundry and woeking on picking up the house. Scott is off doing program stuff so I have the house to myself. Housework and opera go well together.