Queue (queue) wrote,

I was 10 minutes later getting to the T than usual. Much more crowded, and the parking lot at Wellington was almost full. And, at one of the later stations (Sullivan?), I actually saw a T employee on the platform telling people to move in more ("There's room over there, move back") so that more people could fit on the train. It's definitely a good idea, but I had never seen it before. I wonder if they only recently started doing that or if I just don't normally travel at the times they are there. Or maybe it was just a one-time thing, one T employee wanting to make sure things went a little more smoothly.

The concert last night was a lot of fun. Symphony X opened for Blind Guardian, a German band. Heavy metal pretty much completely dropped off my radar sometime in high school, so it was really nice to hear some good headbanging metal again. For the first time in a long time, I missed the hair I had in high school, when I had bangs down to my chin. We stayed for Symphony X and the first 3 or 4 songs of Blind Guardian. Since the concert was in Worcester (pronounced "worster" by the lead singer of the German band), though, I didn't end up making it home until almost midnight. A very fun evening, though. Many thanks for dragging me along.

I slept pretty well, but, of course, I woke up some time around 6:30 or so. If I want to make sure to get enough sleep, I really need to make it to bed early. So, I think I'm skipping game night tonight, and I'm going to try to get to bed by 10. Maybe a nice bath around 9, then reading until I fall asleep. Mmmmmm. That sounds nice.

Found out about more snags in the work process just before leaving work yesterday. Basically, people weren't doing things correctly or consistently, and someone finally decided that they should put someone in charge of some of those issues and work to get them resolved. It may end up meaning that we'll have to mark some of the same pages for a third time, but we'll see. And still no word on the fixing of the technical hole in the process.

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