By all reports, the accident hasn't resulted in the traffic nightmare that everyone was predicting, at least not in terms of spill-over onto other routes. And it has yet to affect my life directly, although there've been a couple of East Bay events that I might have driven to, had the freeway been in place, but I took BART instead, both times. So the highway disaster made me a better citizen, at least.
Currently in the midst of a concert week. Rehearsals yesterday, today, and tomorrow, and the performance is Friday. The pieces are in pretty good shape, especially when I compare us to the state we were in at this time last quarter. Of course, we're singing two nice, straightforward pieces this time ("Five Mystical Songs" by Vaughan-Williams and the John Rutter Requiem. The Rutter may even be a little too straightforward for my tastes, although the "Agnus Dei" is quite possibly one of the most gorgeous movements I've come across in any choral work ever), which makes a huge difference.
But I will be glad when it's done. Concert weeks are always draining.