My back hurts.
I have a cat on my lap. It makes typing difficult.
I finished my review, although not as early as I had planned. I don't get home from work these days until 5:30 at the VERY EARLIEST, often later if traffic is bad or we have to work late, and that makes it hard to get anything done in the early pre-dinner evening. I have stacks and stacks and stacks of stuff to do on my desk, including filling out the long questionnaire I've been sent for jury duty -- not just ordinary jury duty, this is a pre-assigned Federal case they're selecting for, and selection doesn't even begin until April. I guess with a big case the screening starts early. The questionnaire is 22 pages long. I may have to get out the old manual typewriter -- I have appalling handwriting when I have to write that much. It's a case they expect to last four to six months, four days a week (Tuesday through Friday). I'm of two minds about it -- on the one hand, fascinating case, nifty to sit the jury in such a thing; on the other hand, six months of jury duty?!?! Of course, there's a surpassingly small chance I'll be selected, but still.
Now I think it's time for bed. YAWN.