I went to the office and finalized my revisions of the article that was once my master's thesis. Maybe it will eventually be published so that I don't need to think about it anymore.
Later, it was time to go to the HUB for the GPSS elections. Because the first half of the meeting was consumed by a chat with the interim UW president, I only stayed for the first two sets of candidates. So, I don't even know who won. I did take advantage of the instant runoff election mechanism by making up several extra candidates.
The reason that I left early was because of Amber's birthday potluck. Ellen picked me up after work to facilitate the transportation of baked goods and gifts. The party itself was a lot of fun with good people and good food.
Two classes, with West Wing watching in between. The twenty-fifth amendment has been a popular plot device in the television drama world. I guess that it's application was pretty different on twenty-four. Still, the scene with the cabinet meeting was pretty devastating. I wonder what will happen next year.
After classes, I got a haircut, bought some bargain books at the University Bookstore, and read the Stranger at Solstice. There are several good events in the next few weeks.