Not too much going on. I'm swamped at work and very, very ready for the weekend. I just got done having a hearing about whether or not we could have a hearing. How crazy is that?
I had a yummy dinner last night with Team Wilson and Jackbart and then we watched a French movie called Vidocq (my hyperlink button isn't working, so: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0164961/) about a Sherlock Holmes-like detective who is investigating a string of murders which were carried out using lightning strikes as a weapon. At times the plot was kind of confusing, but the movie was highly stylized and very cool to watch. I especially liked the bad guy.
I would also like to announce the return of the spring Croakfest at the Wilson pond. Croakfest started up about a week ago with the reappearance of just a couple of frogs who seemed happy to swim around and occasionally make their gravelly croaking sounds in order to announce their presence. Now toads have returned to the pond in force, though, and the cacophony of their collective voices can be repeatedly heard, swelling and then slowly ebbing away again in a slow rhythm that can be heard even a block away from the Wilson house. The toads are greater in number than the frogs and have a markedly different sound. It's really amazing to hear how loud the little buggers can get, and even when Cassidy and I are sitting in my front yard across the street we can hear the chorus of amphibians sounding out what I assume must be their mating calls from the Wilson's back yard. Pretty cool.
Well, I'm busy, so I gotta run, but I hope everyone has a good weekend!