Aside from the fact that I was barely able to have breakfast, my morning started mostly without a hitch. There were no long lines at the MRT station — very likely due to the fact that it was a holiday, being the EDSA anniversary and all — and I was able to jump into the train that was already there. The traffic at Pasong Tamo extension wasn’t too bad either, which was why I was able to arrive at the office little more than five minutes after seven.
The shift itself was one of the more laid-back ones, for a Tuesday anyway, to my relief. Long avail times, and little if any spikes in the queue. Couldn’t relax as much as I wanted though, but that’s largely the fault of where I was seated — close to one of the A/C vents.
Since I wasn’t sure that I’d be able to prepare a proper breakfast tomorrow, I bought myself some La Paz Batchoy on the way back home. Ate some, but I left enough for tomorrow morning. After that, it was a nap until around eight.
Kind of hope that tomorrow would be just as laid-back, but in this business, it’s better to prepare for the worst instead.