Another busy morning
This morning, I reformatted the short stories again (at the author's request). I hope they're all right this time for printing. I also continued proofing the autobiography and checking its contract. All systems seem to be 'go'. The gardener came to dejungle the backyard in preparation for a new fence. Tonight P. and I went to Yoyogi for a good, quick meal thence to Hamer Hall for the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. First up was Mozart's 21st piano concerto in a very good performance by Jonathan Bliss whose touch on the piano was delicate and brilliant. The major item was Mahler's Sixth Symphony which was very good to listen to, though Mahler shared a characteristic with Paul Keating: not knowing when to stop. The conductor was Andrew Davis, announced in the foyer first without his knighthood and the second time, with. Perhaps a slap across the wrist was involved. It was a splendid concert, hard to come down afterwards, though SBS obliged with a double episode of 'Follow the Money' which more or less wrapped everything up.