After Cornell's decisive win on Friday night, it looked as though we'd have no problem dispatching Clarkson and moving on to the tournament. But a completely different Clarkson showed up Saturday night and last night. Cornell, playing a couple of players down both nights, couldn't keep up.
As I said, the up side is that I have my weekends free for the next month. I really hadn't planned anything, keeping my options open to go to Albany and then to the NCAA regionals and Frozen Four as necessary. I suppose I could still go to the Frozen Four; John has a ticket set aside for me. But I'm a lot less interested in that tournament now. :-)
There's been other stuff going on, some good and some bad, but that'll have to wait until it coalesces better in my head.
The only thing I have scheduled today is a late-morning appointment with Cornell's ergonomics doctor to evaluate my workspace for proper arrangement. It seems pointless, since I'll be moving into my real office eventually, but I guess this will help ensure my new space can be constructed to the right specs.