I am annoyed at my fingers; they couldn’t make up the mind as to whether they would use the standard typing convention, or whether they would continue to stick to the typing convention that I have been used to. It makes my typing slow. But the good thing is, I am now using my fourth and fifth fingers on my left hand. So this means I use my pinkie to press the letter A and my ring finger to press the letter S.
I slept for 12 hours yesterday. I just needed it. I came back home around 6:30 PM from Rochester, and from there, I just jumped in bed and slept all the way through. I woke up around 1:00 AM, but I just continued sleeping. I received a few calls in the middle of sleep; calls from my sister, my friends, but I just ignored them and continued sleeping. It was a good nice twelve-hour sleep. Very refreshing.
So, Open House is over, and so currently, the most important thing in my list is my poster presentation. I need to revise it today, and then my adviser will revise it tomorrow as well. Then we will present it to a different lab in order to see the reaction of the people there, and once we do the final revision, then we print it.
I also have to write a homework for my students. They need one for Wednesday. I can probably do it today. After all, I already have a collection of questions I use for my class, I will just sift and pick what is needed.
After Spring Break (which includes the conference I am attending), I will have some funding proposals to read. I am again a part of a review panel from the Graduate School. So that would be interesting. Another thing to put on my CV I suppose.
So there, things are moving along, and I am happy that they do so without any casualties. I really cannot wait for May, when I fly to some undisclosed location and pretend I am Lara Croft, raiding tombs and unlocking the mystical secrets of the world.