As the temperatures prepare to climb into the 90s for the week, I am reminded of a post to this blog I made last October 19. It may have been the first time the highs dipped below 60 last fall, and I'm looking forward to that happening again this year... only two and a half months to go, now! We had a good rain today, and its associated frontal system sucked some of the humidity out of the air, so we now have a brief respite from the muggy air.
I think I'm going to try to schedule my move to Squirrel Hill for Thursday, since that's when the temperatures are supposed to drop off a little bit. I'm glad there aren't very many stairs to negotiate this time; I think the three flights down from my old condo almost killed one of the movers last time!
Meanwhile, I am researching wireless AC actuation for Metin, and I'm supposed to present a survey of current research at one of our meetings at some point. I am pretty unclear on when that happens, though, so I hope he returns the request for clarification I emailed to him this morning soon. I certainly won't be able to have the research finished by this Friday (if I remember correctly, research meetings are on Fridays), but next Friday might be do-able, and the following Friday would be all but guaranteed.
Tristram the Australian cooked something that smelled like onions and butter about half an hour ago, and since then, I've been getting more and more hungry. It might be time to eat soon!