The unique thing about today. . . is that I worked half the night and slept half the day. Okay, that's not very unique, but the power was off all night following a downburst which happened while I was away playing ice hockey. I suffered my on-call shift at the office, since internet by candlelight is just not a thing. I had network maintenance at 4am, followed by a nap under my desk, where I keep a comforter for just such occasions. I got outta there when my coworkers started showing up at around 7. I had a #8 breakfast from McDonald's on the way home this morning and slept on the couch for a while. The house got kinda hot and I called the power company and heard a recording which said they were aware of the outage and were working to fix it. I just sweated and tossed and turned until the juice came back on at around noon-twenty. All those clocks flashing 12:00 are only off by 20 minutes. Good enough. Now that I'm fully awake and fed and the house is a tolerable temperature, I have to change into something professional and run to an appointment in Kansas to do a site survey for some new equipment which is being installed. I also have to generate some reports for a coworker in Milwaukee later. Yes, it's a unique day. . . scarcely.