Arrived on time at SJ, 3:15, which meant a long wait for the 4:00 CalTrain to MV. Whoever runs the sign boards for CalTrain packed it in early - every station was displaying a notice that Northbound train 429 was 13 minutes late leaving Milbrae. Train 429 left San Jose at 11 am, and there is no reason the San Jose station needed to be displaying any information about it after that. There was another sign WTF, Amtrak at Sacramento was showing a sign which said one of the trains had been "annulled".
Car was still where I left it, went home, watched some TV, petted the cats and at 6 went to meet a friend at Starbucks. Had a nice chat, was a good shoulder to cry on too. Friend retired a couple of years ago, and had planned for years to take a cruise to Antarctica. Finally set it up for this time last year, but the boat had mechanical problems and the cruise was canceled. Re-booked for this year, friend was all packed and ready to go, but it was canceled again. Here's why: clicky.
Home, watched the Sunday Night Football game which was pretty good for a change. Surprised to see Seahawks long-ago QB Kitna with a star on his helmet, but he had a good game. His defense let him down big-time. Vick was also excellent, but his front four not so much.
Reheated some Thai peanut sauce chicken and egg noodles,but completely forgot there was salad in the fridge.
Took screen shots of the way the Kenwood Garmin GPS was misbehaving and sent them to Garmin support. Their response this morning was the Kenwoods don't accept points of interest. That's not what the manual said, and I called them on it. We'll see what they say.
Got to work early today, but there is no work to do yet. The first two devices I was supposed to work on refused to load their firmware (we have a person who does this for us now), so I'm waiting for boss to assign something else.
Keep forgetting to mention that I saw the male betta trying to court the female, which was heavily loaded with eggs, but he had not built a bubble nest. I had a filter in the tank set for a slow trickle of air to keep the algae down, but it was also disturbing the surface of the water. As soon as I turned that off the male built a huge thick bubble nest, which the female is now guarding. Babies on the way, methinks. Meanwhile in the other tank the adult jewels are still guarding the two juveniles, which are now about 2" long.
BASFA tonight? Not sure.