Ishida House, Matsudo

Not better yet. At least it doesn't seem to be getting any worse.

Today we did an orientation for Labo Camp, which I'll be attending in December. You know you're gonna have a good time when your schedule gives you a generous estimate of 4 or 5 hours of sleep a night.

There was apparently a big earthquake up in Hokkaido this morning, a 7.0 from what I hear. I didn't feel anything, but I did get some mail from people wanting to know that I was alright. It's nice to know that someone is looking out for me.

I got some stuff in the mail! The mail-ballot for the general election, glad that worked. A jacket and pants that grandma sent me, they're really nice. The jacket is really lightweight but at the same time really warm, exactly what I need.

After class, I went up to Zaidan and printed off my album. Then I rushed home to go to Yokoo's Labo party. I got to see a bunch of people I remember from two years ago, it was pretty fun. I showed my work-in-progress album by spreading the pages all over the floor, that went over well. We did a couple songbirds and some theme activities. I did my best, but it was my first time for all of them.

After that, I went to Yokoo's house for dinner. Got to hang out with Hirokazu for a while.

I think today was supposed to be the first experiments at the LHC in CERN. I wonder how they went? I do so wish I had net.

Rainy day.