The Leland Awards went well this past Saturday. I got to see people who hardly ever make it to the Museum any more. And I learned that the Museum Director was not merely tolerating my plans for a "mini special event" this July 20th, for the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing, but was fully supporting the project. This past Sunday, things didn't go quite so well: The plan was a concert at Disney Hall (organist Paul Jacobs in a recital program of Bach, Mozart, Ives, and Liszt). Unfortunately, something I'd eaten disagreed violently with me, and before I'd even made it to the Blue Line station, the fireworks had started going off in my lower intestine. I had to turn around, and even had to stop twice on the way back home, to lie down for a few minutes. Then, after "the runs" subsided, either my cold relapsed, or I'd come down with another cold. This weekend will probably be a fairly uneventful day at the Museum. Maybe I'll find the time to set some more type for the Apollo Day event.