I'm in Phoenix right now, taking a break from the Network Management Tool consolidation whiteboard session I'm down here for.
And it's hot down here. 108 degrees outside although it's a "dry heat". Hah. Water still boils at 212 F, dry heat or no dry heat.
The good thing about this trip, though, is that I got to spend Father's day with my dad, who lives down here. I got in Saturday, and he got me from the airport and I pretty much went right to sleep at it was 12:30 my time by then.
I went to church with my dad, and after that we went to see Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward. It's a play about a guy whose first wife comes to haunt him and his second wife. I liked it, even though it took us 40 minutes to get tickets due to a printing problem.
I'm a wee bit afraid to go home, too; I think I used all of my airline karma up on the flight here. I must have -- not only did my flight leave on time and arrive on time, the flight was totally full except for one seat. Do you want to guess where that one seat was? Yes, it was the middle seat between me and the woman at the window. Talk about luck!
Meeting's starting again, I'll probably write more later.