In the afternoon, she sang in the choir for her friend's mother's memorial service. I reluctantly did not attend, figuring the emotional stress on me would be potentially overwhelming. Instead I stayed home and packed for both Las Vegas and Kauai, as the trips are back-to-back, did some bill paying and other routine household tasks, and had a nice if brief social evening.
At the airport this morning. TSA here at PDX was very cheerful. I don't know if that's a Sunday shift thing — I don't normally fly on Sundays — or a change in customer relations policy or just one of those days.
When I got to my gate, Lake's Law of Power Outlets was in full effect. To wit, those seats closest to an available power outlet will be the first occupied in an otherwise empty airport public space, generally by people not actually using them. (I think what's really going there is that power outlets are generally accessible from seats at the ends of rows or adjacent to pillars, and people are comfortable sitting in those seats.)
Off to LAX now, with a longish layover (and, I think, a terminal change) there. Then from there to LAS for a Day Jobbe trade show. Doesn't look like anyone's nibbling on my offer of an open dinner in Las Vegas tomorrow night (Monday, 5/2), but it's still open. Let me know if you'd like to meet up.
For now, to the skies I go, Kalimpura in hand.
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