After work, my coworkers and I went to Jazz in the Garden. Benedicta, my female officemate, and I didn't stay very long; to be honest, the music is great but the atmosphere is highly centered around sangria and loud people -- and a security guard who takes his job too seriously. We left to go home (since our Metro stops are one after the other), and I decided to use my extra time to check out Harris Teeter, another grocery store in the area. All in all, I don't plan on returning on a regular basis unless they have a great sale on something I need since they seem pricier than Giant. They did have a sale on plums and my favorite chips (goodbye, healthy diet), though, and so it wasn't a wasted trip. When I wander around grocery stores, I tend to call home; this evening I called my grandmother, and ended up mostly talking with my granddad. It was a good call. He told me about the monsoon season that is going on in Tucson right now, and I felt a twinge of jealousy. I miss experiencing monsoon season.
After I got home, I continued putting Kendra's engagement video together and began putting together a video that may be shown at the TWC commencement ceremony -- we'll see if it does!
Tomorrow is going to be a great day - we have a tour of the Capitol scheduled!