I did some aduting today. I have a stack of paper to show for it.
It was actually a positive experience -- I can't say for sure if I made the best decisions, but I think I made solid ones, and I knew more or less what I wanted to look into when I was in, and getting it feels good. Hopefully it will feel even better in the long term.
I'm a little disappointed though, because I was thinking about making bread, but then grandpa bought a loaf (and while I am a huge fan of leftovers, I don't generally like to have more than enough in the long run). I also may have figured out that he has problem with produce sometimes (and telling when things are good in general sometimes) because he has some colour vision problems. I... already knew this at base, but it's an easy thing to forget and/or not link together. (It also makes it harder to tell when meat is done, but that's neither here nor there.)
Tomorrow starts my 6 day run at work (half shifts, half training), after which it's just one day of rest before heading down for Cat and Estel's wedding. I'm excited!