After class, I went to work on my poster. I am spending too much quality time with PowerPoint - moving text and tweaking figures. Thrill a minute stuff, but it really has a way of making time disappear.
After work, I met Ellen and Flash at Solstice. They trekked all the way over in the rain to pick up a copy of the Sigur Ros CD. This was definitely the most serious Seattle rain that I've seen in a while/ever; so that tells you how much they wanted it.
We sat out on the porch for a while, waiting to see if would stop raining. Everyone -- even the smoking barista guy (Ryan?) -- loved Flash. When it became evident that the dog was cold and the rain was continuing, we decided to take a FlexCar back to Wallingford.
There, Flash was dried off, did some spinning, and I learned to play dominoes and the card game (I forgot/didn't learn the name). I won a hand of cards, but I need to practice my addition skills to improve at dominoes. Eventually, it was time to listen to Sigur Ros in the dark and drink tea. I only stayed for the first couple of tracks, but everyone was sort of falling asleep and I'd procrastinated a lot already.
Of course now that I'm home, I'm not doing work anyway. Maybe in the morning?