Andre Rieu was... fun. He's very much a pop musician for the classical set, with his flashy performances, costumes, women, stage banter. He's enthusiastic, the music wasn't bad. And as cheesy as it is, it is still nice to see a good rendition of Blue Daniube followed by O Fortuna. Yeah. All the hits. You don't need to know classical music, you still knew all the tunes. I would not have paid for it, but it was a good deal. And fun experience, leading a group of random volunteers (none of them, of course, within 15 years of my age).
Otherwise, work and life have been fine. I was supposed to go live with the system on Monday, but I slipped on that to Wednesday. Wednesday I finally got things into shape to work, sent a long email. Thursday didn't hear much on that. We'll see. Its mostly done, I think, the biggest hurdle being a final appreciation for how much the SCS email system sucks.
No plans for the weekend. Or next week.
And a tip for you new but familiar livejournal friends -- LiveJournal does not notify (me?) of people who have added me as a friend. It does when you make a comment. Ergo, rather than wait for me to notice I have new readers, and then figure out who you are, say hello. Make it obscure if you like -- jump back in time and post to a dormant post. Anyway, welcome 4thfromtheleft and unreasonable.