Got in, took a shower at the company, then went to see nikari for breakfast at Global Blends.
Got back at, well, around 10:00. Started back into studying manuals, and promptly fell asleep. Then awake. Then asleep. I've been telling myself the sleep cycles were for retention of what I read. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
I manage to get through all 50 pages of Query/Retrieve documentation, at least.
Then off to the show! Which was fairly slow, in part because a lot of regulars weren't there. On the other hand, saw a fair number of new faces, which is always a good sign. Had a lot of fun.
timenchanter came in, in part because he hadn't been there for a while, and in part to potentially relieve me so I could go home and sleep.
I, of course, did the manly thing and refused all help. I have two modes of thought on this. One is that I hate myself, and the other is simply that I'm an idiot. Well, at least he went home and got some sleep.
I ended the show at 1:20, packed up, and got home by 2:10. Of course, I needed to do a bunch of laundry in order to be ready for the trip this weekend.
So I didn't get to sleep until 4:30. In the end I dragged myself off to work at about noon - and had enough time to fiddle around before a 2 hour design meeting.
It was a successful meeting, in that I stayed awake. Less so in that I don't know the latest generation of programmer jargon. Stuart's given me a book to read on that...
I'll be here for a while yet, then some shopping and I head for the coast.