I had a reasonably good day at work. Nothing special to report, which I suppose is good. I think I'm gonna have to start bringing a thermos of herbal tea again, because I dehydrate really easily in winter. Coffee doesn't help because, well, caffeine is a diuretic. Additionally caffeine often makes me drowsy. This might sound odd, but it's actually fairly common. Decreasing my coffee intake probably won't hurt anything.
On my lunchbreak I went out and bought a new cutting board since I'm sick of using the one we have at home (which is the size of a postage stamp). Josh, you're welcome to use it, but please don't recommend it to Nate or Sean. I won't bar them from using it, but I know you've become painfully aware of how Nate handles dirty dishes. I don't want my cutting board to end up looking like a Chiapet, and if we don't point it out, they might not notice that it's there. Those who are not Josh may wonder how that works, but trust me: if you don't rub something in their faces, they'll stay oblivious.
Anyway, presently I'm putting finishing touches on a piece I'm working on called (uninterestingly enough) Melancholy December. I came up with a really simple, repetitive musical phrase and looped it over and over and over with melody on top of it. I really like this piece, but I'm glad I have a computer to play it, since the drum loop is eleven seconds long with hardly any variation. It works though, so it'll be next month's MP3, and it won't suck half as much as Lost Chances.