So yah, "Family Day" at the Capitol. Whee. Because of this brilliant legislative concept, I had to be at work bright and early this morning and had to work late yesterday. It's almost like not having a weekend, except without the "almost."
Meh, at least the traffic was nonexistent. I made the drive from house to parking deck in under 40 minutes.
Happily, Hobkin seems less logy. And he climbed up to cuddle with me last night and Thursday night, so he's back to being his cuddlesome, winter self. Although his tummy was unsettled on Thursday. I'm wondering if he's distressed at how absent I've been of late. Wish I could've taken him to work for "Family Day."
Yep, they have do a live feed of both the House and Senate whenever they're in session. You can access either from the "Live Broadcast" link of the GGA homepage.
They both adjourned at noon today, but us editors have to stay until the last bills and resolutions get finalized for the day. Sigh.
So glad that Hobkin is better! And it looks like your writing and session hamsters are lining up nicely instead of falling during the juggling act and hitting you in the head. What a relief it will be once you've finally negotiated session.
Would love to read the ancient-fish doctor's article when it's published. Be sure to send information where it can be found or obtained. That's right up my pseudo-scientist-alter-ego's alley. Thanks already!
I'm pretty sure I'm dropping hamsters all over the place, but I took some precautions before session and invested in a hard hat. As long as I don't throw my back out picking the squeakers up, it's all good. Almost at the session halfway point. Almost . . .
I'll be sure to ask for publication info 'bout that fish paper!