It was great- at one point during the lesson, I reached for my new camera to take a picture of Sharif and the chessboard. I complained about the lighting or something, and almost immediately he was explaining about shutter speeds and flash settings and things like that. My response, I believe, was "Hee hee, you're so teachy!" He's so going to be the cool science teacher.
I didn't get to bed until about 2am, so today- while not actually falling asleep at my desk (yet)- I must admit that I am feeling rather out of sorts. My patience is somewhat thinner than normal, which is an unfortunate circumstance when one is a receptionist. I must try very hard not to allow evidence of my irritation to enter my voice when I'm talking to annoying questionpeople.
This evening will be the first time that I am able to go straight from work to my house and stay there, being domestic, since . . . well, I'm not sure. But definitely more than a week ago. And tomorrow begins a second consecutive Three-Day-Weekend-Of-Extreme-Busyness. So tonight I absolutely must do laundry and clean the bathroom. This is non-negotiable.