Piano went well. I had my books laid out to pick up as I stepped out the door, and so, of course, I forgot to. So the time instead was spent doing nearly a whole book of sight-reading duets. Duets as sight-reading exercises are... challenging. They are "hard realtime", to use a computer engineering term, in that a dropped note, a wrong node, and a *late* note are about equal failures. You can't slow down to read the "hard ones", and you have to keep time all the time, not just in the easy sections.
I am craving cookie dough.
I think I shall, instead, have some melatonin, and force myself to relax, and try to fall asleep.
But I want cookie dough...