Notables of the week:
A slipped off the boathouse dock and fell into the Harlem River.
But was rescued by his crewmates, who loaned him clothing and shoes in which to go home.
A's Physics tutor forgot about A's lesson. Leaving A with three hours to kill in Chelsea before heading out to Crew.
During those three hours, A discovered that the New York Public Library with the lions in front is a library unlike any other. Because you cannot check out books from there.
A received a big envelope from the folks at the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. It was an award for his photography.
I received a J R-M poster at my office from my counterparts at that cable network who produce the show about Henry-the-something.
BTBSA called me at my office to confirm our spring visit next week. I told BTBSA, "Yes, we're leaving at 5:00 AM to the train to hopefully make it to your school by 7:43AM" upon which they took pity on us and booked a room at a Courtyard Marriott for the night before. BTBSA is picking up the bill.
Napoleon found a new neighbor across our courtyard window. It is feline.
He hasn't stopped barking since his discovery, which was at 8:34 AM this morning. Apparently, this has also unleashed other canine frustrations, as he has since proceeded to hump my bedpillow.
Life is good.