And the weather prognosticators, at least the ones that live in the mobile telephone, are saying that the high temperature later on will be in the upper 70s.
I refined my agenda this morning. If I use the ATM downtown at my bank I suffer no fee-- I've gotten so accustomed to not being downtown that I'm lucky to have thought of this. The Sheldon Plaza ATMs would charge me $3.50, tsk, which, as it happens, is the day's bus fare (but we're not being charged that until next month: the drivers are still in the process of being closed into plexiglass cabins in the front of the buses).
I hear a woodpecker.
I love it that the School of Economics in Warsaw has a choir that has made recordings.
Am catching the last twenty minutes of the Pärt Passio-- although I'm only superficially 'listening' at the moment-- and would've been able to hear much more were it not for the reduction in frequency of the buses. I had forgotten this; being done at the post office by 0840, and withdrawing cash for the rent already by 0850, I had plenty of time to make it to Eugene Station by 0900. Unfortunately, the next bus didn't leave until 0940. Pft.